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WALTHAM 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 



1977 MIRROR 




Waltham Senior High School 




And 




Waltham Vocational High School 




Table Of Contents 




Dedication 


2-3 


Recognition Awards 


4-5 


MIRROR Staff 


6-7 


History 


8-15 


Seniors (A-Kih) 


16-47 


Fall Section 


48-81 


Seniors (Kis-Z) 


82-111 


Winter Section 


112-147 


Vocational Section 


148-162 


Spring Section 


163-193 


Senior Week 


194-211 


Underclassmen 


212-221 


Occupational Education 


222-235 


Faculty and Administration 


236-257 


Clubs 


258-269 


Business Section 


270-413 


College Attendances 


414-415 


Cover by PETER MASTROGIANNIS 




1977 MIRROR 
Dedication 

Mrs. Alisca Czarnowski was born in 
Lincoln, Massachusetts and attended 
Waltham High School as a commuter 
from Lincoln. 

During her student years at the high 
school, she participated in girls' bas- 
ketball, averaging 40 points per 
game, and was voted the best woman 
athlete in 50 years. 

After graduating from high school, 
she continued her studies at Boston University. Her education did 
not stop there , however . She is still taking courses now at North- 
eastern University in pursuit of her Master's Degree. 

For 9 years, Mrs. Czarnowski taught English at the high school. 
She then was appointed to a high administrative position as house- 
master. Her hours often extend from 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. in 
the service of our class. Aside from her official duties, she has 
been involved in several drama productions assisting with choreog- 
raphy, costuming, and other vital tasks. 

Kahlil Gibran, the author of THE PROPHET, states, "It is when 
you give of yourself that you truly give." We feel that this state- 
ment epitomizes the multi-dimensioned role Mrs. Czarnowski 
plays as teacher, counselor, administrator, and friend. 

It is with both great pride and honor that we dedicate the 1977 
MIRROR to her. 






1977 

MIRROR 

Dedication 




Mr. James G. McDonnell is a graduate 
of Waltham High School, who has been 
teaching here for seven years. Originally 
he went to the Mass College of Pharmacy, 
graduating in 1965 and becoming a regis- 
tered pharmacist. While a senior there, 
he took night courses at Framingham and 
Boston Slate Colleges to obtain teaching 
certification. His final certification 
requirement, student teaching, was ful- 
filled in the Worcester school system. 
Once certified, he continued his educa- 
tion with graduate studies at Boston Col- 
lege. 

He got his first teaching job at Northbridge High School. After one year at Northbridge High he 
taught for a year at the old North Jr. High in Waltham, and then became a math teacher at Ken- 
nedy Jr. High where he stayed for three years. 

In this brief period of time, this man founded a yearbook which is still maintained, and also 
found an opportunity to return to a great love of his, basketball; he coached the junior high team 
for one year. His previous coaching background in this sport was impressive: while in college he 
had coached at the Waltham Boys' Club for five years, 1961-1965. During this time, his team 
(Mac's Farmers) won the championship for three consecutive years and qualified for the finals 
every year. He is still an avid basketball fan who holds season tickets to the Celtics' games. 

In addition to working parttime as a pharmacist and being a loving husband, and the devoted 
father of two children, this man is currently involved in a myriad of activities at Waltham High. 
He is an excellent math teacher, very dedicated and always willing to help his students. More- 
over, he has run trips for students to Bermuda and Europe for the past five years and also originated 
a trip to Montreal which has been an annual event for the past three years. Furthermore, he has 
been the yearbook advisor at Waltham High for four years, dedicating his free periods, nights, 
parts of his summer, and even weekends to this task. As a token of our deep gratitude and appreci- 
ation for all the time and effort that this man has given we are proud to dedicate the 1977 "Mir- 
ror" to him. 





Mr. Stephen Goodwin graduated in 
1968 from Boston University with a 
Bachelor of Arts degree in History, 
continued his education at Boston State 
College where he received his Master's 
degree in education in 1970. This year 
is his seventh year of teaching US His- 
tory and Sociology at Waltham High. 
He is also an instructor in the Driver 
Education Program and has been a rep- 
resentative of the Waltham Educator's 
Association for the past two years. He 
enjoys life with his wife Marcia and is 
the proud father of three children, 
Stephen Jr., Amy, and Jean. 




Mr . John Graceff a has been teaching 
Sociology and US History for the past 
five years at Waltham High. A Wal- 
thamite himself, he was graduated 
from WHS as Senior Class president in 
1966 and went on to further his educa- 
tion at Springfield college, receiving 
his Master's degree of education in 
1972. He also attended Boston College 
Law School in 1971. An excellent ath- 
lete , he coaches the Varsity Soccer 
Team at Waltham High. He lives with 
his wife Judy. 




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Mr. Thomas Leverone has been 
teaching Math for the past nine years 
at Waltham High. He is a graduate of 
Arlington High and received both his 
Bachelor of Science and his Master's 
degrees in Math from Boston College . 
He is a Driver Road instructor, summer 
school teacher, and a very fine and 
dedicated advisor to the National 
Honor Society. Under his guidance, 
this organization has initiated such 
activities as an annual Toy Drive and 
the Fernald School Volunteer Program . 
He has a wife Pat and two children, 
Brian and Debbie . 



. Teacher Recognition 



. Teacher Recognition 




Mr. Jerry Nelson graduated from 
Newton High School in 1960 and 
received both his Bachelor of Science 
and Master's degrees in Science from 
3oston State College. His education 
wrought him to Waltham High School 
line years ago and from that time he 
aas been teaching Physical Sciences. 
His homelife consists of two great 
children, Matthew and Dawn and a 
dedicated wife Cindy. Over this period 
of time, he has displayed concern and 
a very apparent understanding of the 
needs of his students. 




Mr. Charles Rezutti has been teach- 
ing Earth Science and Physical Sci- 
ences for six years at Waltham High 
School. He received his diploma at 
Newton South High School and fur- 
thered his education at Boston State 
College, receiving his Bachelor of 
Science degree in 1971. He is married 
and has two wonderful children, Lisa 
and Lora. Through his amiable ways 
and overwhelming concern for his stu- 
dents, he receives the recognition 
which he justly deserves. 




Mr. Harold Walker is a graduate of 
Newton South High School and earned 
his Bachelor of Arts from U. Mass 
Amherst and Master's degree from Bos- 
ton University. He has been teaching 
History and Sociology at Waltham 
High School for nine years. Besides his 
classroom responsibilities , he is a 
Driver Road instructor and a member 
of the Executive Board of Teachers and 
the Faculty Senate. The family now 
enjoys the company of their child Jody 
and is expecting another this Fall. 
They are presently in the process of 
moving to Waltham. 



. Teacher Recognition 



. Teacher Recognition 



The 1977 Mirror Staff 



In the fine tradition of the dedication and enthusiasm of the editors 
of the "Mirror," and in their willingness to work above and beyond 
their obligation my editors, Ruth Becker and Patty Corcoran were 
outstanding. 

Ruth was very active in school participating in Senior Revue, Bye 
Bye Birdie, West Side Story, and two years as a football cheerleader. 
In spite of this Ruth maintained a high academic standard and was 
elected to the National Honor Society. At Graduation Exercises she 
received a School Committee Key for excellence in academics, and 
the Milton H. and Pauline Gordon Scholarship. At Class Day she was 
voted "Most Likely to Succeed" by her fellow seniors. In the fall 
Ruth will be attending Tufts University . 

Patty was active in school participating in Drama Workshops, help- 
ing backstage at many drama events including Senior Revue. She was 
Class Secretary in 1975 and 1976 and she served as Student Council 
Girls' Vice President this year. She was voted "Personality Plus" by 
her fellow seniors at Class Day. At Graduation Exercises Patty 
received over $4000 in scholarships, including one from St. 
Michael's College which she will attend in the fall. 

It is with a note of sadness that my association with Ruth and Patty 
must come to an end. To them I say, "So long, but not good-bye." 
It was a very difficult and trying year and these two fine young ladies 
deserve all the credit for the success of the book. Thanks and Good 
Luck. 

James G. McDonnell - Advisor 




Co -Editors Patty Corcoran and Ruth Becker 








Advisor Mr. James G. McDonnell 



Business Editors Laura Cooper and Judy Mullen 



To our yearbook advisor Mr. James McDonnell: 

It has been a long, hard year, as you, above anyone else, should know. It is 
now two thirty a.m. and we have almost finished our book. We would like you to 
know that it was all worth it: the aggravation, the hard times, the people, the 
hours, etc. 

After all the time we have spent working toward our common goal , you never 
lost your faith in us, (well not completely anyway). Moreover, when we thought 
we had nothing more to contribute you showed us that we really had more to give 
than either of us imagined. You were always ready to help us out. 

The yearbook has been more than just a literary and photographic experience. 
It has made us more aware of others' needs and desires. Working on the book has 
broadened our horizons in many aspects. 

We feel that every endeavor; be it a success or a failure, was a learning expe- 
rience that prepared us for the world in which we are about to enter. This knowl- 
edge will be a guideline for our futures. 

Patty Corcoran and Ruth Becker 



Laura was a hard working and dedicated young lady. She was a Student 
Council Ward Rep, a member of the National Honor Society, and a partici- 
pant in Senior Revue. Laura received a School Committee Key and the Class 
of 1968 Scholarship. Laura will be attending the University of New Hampshire 
in the fall. 

Judy was a very talented and mature young lady. Judy was active in school 
as a hockey cheerleader, a member of the Crimsonettes, and Secretary of the 
National Honor Society. She is a very talented figure skater having partici- 
pated in the Ice Chips with Olympics Gold Medalist Dorothy Hamil. She 
received the Plympton School PTA scholarship and will be attending Middle- 
bury College in the fall. 

It is a credit to Laura and Judy that the 1977 edition of the "Mirror" is the 
largest and most expensive production netting over $21,000. Their fine work 
and dedication was appreciated by me and I will always remember them. 
Thanks for everything. 

James G. McDonnell - Advisor 




Girls' Sports Editors Beth Shinnick and Chris Hays 




Profiles Editor Nancy Duport 

History Editor Joanne Sabetti 

Candids Editor Valerie Centola 



Chris was active in sports participating in track as a sophomore , and skiing 
and tennis for the past two years, serving as captain of skiing this year. Chris 
was a world traveler during her three years at WHS going such places as Cer- 
vinia, Italy, Chamonix, France, Montreal, and Bermuda. She also found 
time to join in the fun of Senior Revue . Chris will attend Simmons College in 
the fall. 

Beth was also very active in sports having been a three year member of the 
volleyball, skiing, and tennis teams serving as captain of tennis this year. 
She was just one of the many fine girl athletes in the class of 1977 . Beth was 
quite a traveler in her own right having been to Montreal (twice) , Chamonix , 
France, and Bermuda in the past three years. Beth received the Northeast Ele- 
mentary School Scholarship, and will attend Mass Bay in the fall. 




Activities' Editors Hanna Griff, David Hassett, 
and Laura Leblanc 



Hanna was a band member for the past three years and worked backstage at 
the Senior Revue. One of the highlights of her senior year was "April in 
Paris. " Hanna will attend Grinnell College in the fall. 

Dave was very active in school , being a three year member of the soccer 
team, Sophomore Class President, Boys Vice President Student Council 1977 
and a member of the cast of Senior Revue. At Graduation Exercises Dave 
received the Horace Knight Scholarship and will attend the College of the 
Holy Cross in the fall. 

Laura LeBlanc was well known in drama, having participated in many 
drama productions. Laura received the Drama Department Acting Award and 
a School Committee Key. At Graduation Exercises Laura received the Class 
of 1977 Drama Scholarship and a Brandeis University Scholarship. This 
National Honor Society member will attend Brandeis University in the fall. 



Nancy was a football cheerleader and a member of the National Honor 
Society. The highlight of her senior year was her fun-filled week in Bermuda. 
Nancy received the Emblem Club of Waltham Scholarship and will attend 
Northeastern University in the fall . 

Joanne was a member of the Prom Committee during her junior and senior 
years. Joanne was also in Senior Revue and was a world traveler going to 
Montreal (twice) , Chamonix , France , and Bermuda . She will attend the Uni- 
versity of Mass at Amherst in the fall . 

Valerie Centola was a member of the cast of "When Movies Were Movies" 
and spent her April vacation in sunny Bermuda. Valerie will be attending 
Framingham State College in the fall . 




Assistant Editor Stephen Devincent 
Boys' Sports Editor Mark Hachey 



Stephen was active in school having been Chairman of the Junior Prom, a 
member of the boys' indoor and outdoor track teams and President of the 
National Honor Society. At Class Day Stephen was chosen "Most Respected" 
by his fellow seniors. At Graduation Exercises he received the School Com- 
mittee Key. Stephen will attend the University of New Hampshire in the fall. 

Mark played football for the past three years, the last two as a regular, and 
also was a member of the boys' outdoor track team for the past two seasons. 
Mark will attend Curry College in the fall . 



Jimmy Carter 




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Good may emerge 
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Rep. Hays found unconscious 
after sleeping pill overdose 



Pressured from House post 

Hays quits chairmanship 




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..NANTUCKET — An estimated 100,000 
gallons of oil have already leaked from 
the crippled tanker Argo Merchant, 
Coast. Guard officials said early today. 
Geysers of black fuel could be seen at 
dusk shooting skyward from the ship 
grounded 26 miles off the beach. 




IBoston cabbies 
[w alk out after strike vote! 




Interview 

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IState worker^eturnj 
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Face up to 50 
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Laughter replaces 
Hearst home gloom 




Patty Hearst 
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Ted Mack dies at 72 



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Like a floating cloud 

Time passes before us; 
Out of reach, 

It floats to nothingness . 
Too many curse it , 

They fight its passing; 
They let themselves be bound 

While treating time as a foe . 
To others it is an ally, 

For time means growth; 
And growth elevates, 

From ignorance to knowledge . 
Working with the force of time 

They use it as a guide . 
Permitting themselves to float with it . 

So , aging , the bane , becomes a blessed tool . 

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MARK ADAMS 
30 Curve St. 



DIANE AIELLO 
122 Dale St. 



JOSEPH AIELLO 
33 Wamsutta Ave. 



KAREN ALDRED 
38 Auburn St. 




JOHN ALESSE 
59 Cedar St. 






STEVEN ALGERI 
160 Sheffield Rd. 




RITA ALLIA 
15 Plympton St. 



RICHARD ANDERSON 
61 Rose Hill Way 







JACQUELINE ANIELLO 
17 Warren Ave. 



DEBORA ANSARA 
142 Ravenswood Rd . 



SUSAN ANSARA 
39 Mallard Way 



DANIEL ANTHONY 
68 Church St. 



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161 School St. 





DEBORA APONE 
46 Kenmore Rd . 



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HECTOR ARANIZ 
21 Underwood Pk. 



JOSEPH ARENA 
109 Dobbins St. 







SANTO ARRIA 
19 Wilbur St. 



GINETTE ARSENAULT 
154 Willow St. 



LINDA ARSENAULT 
13 Plympton St. 



ROBERT ARSENAULT 
11 James St. 









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100 Charles St. 



CYRIL AUCION 
11 Sheridan Rd . 



EDWARD AUCOIN 
84 Washington Ave. 




GERARD AUCOIN 
MHamblin Rd. 







SHARON AUCOIN 
25F Dermody Rd. 



SHARON AUSTIN 



LISA AVERSA 
31 Lura Ln. 



OSVALDO AVILES 
93 Chestnut St . 







KEVIN AYOTTE 
82 Hatheily Rd . 



LEDA BABIN 
99 Warwick Ave. 



MONIQUE BABIN 
377 Lincoln St. 



PAMELA BABINEAU 
187 Adams St. 




PARKER BAILEY 
ll'/z Massasoit Ct. 






BEVERLY BANKS 
114 Goldencrest Ave. 





SALVATORE BARBA 
49 Brookline Si. 



PAMELA HARDEN 

n Hawthorne Rd. 



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VERA BARLIT 
253V4 Charles St. 






AUDREY BARON 
38 Caughey St. 



LEAH BATTAGLINO 
48 Rosewood Dr. 



JACQUELINE BAUER 
258 Linden St. 







ROBERT BAXTER 
60 Dobbins St. 



VINCENT BEAUDOIN 
92 Greenwood Ln. 



BARBARA BECK 
10D Dermody Rd . 



RUTH BECKER 
23 Graymore Rd . 




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CHRISTOPHER BELLA 
109 Milton St. 





DAVID BELLIVEAU 
23 Marivista Ave . 




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DAVID BENNETT 
12 Chamberlain Ter. 



KATHLEEN BENNETT 
6 Gibbs Ct . 




KAREN BENOIT 
77 Hammond St. 





JOANNE BERGANTINO 
51 Bruce Rd. 





DEBBIE BERNARD 
43 Wodsworth Ave . 



BONNIE BESSO 
30 Lake Rd . 







KAREN BESSO 
56 Francis St. 



RALPH BIBBO 
206 Jericho Hill Rd. 



DONALD BIRON 
95 Upton Rd. 



ROBIN BISSON 
19 Cheryl Ln. 




VALERIE BIZZOZERO 
3 Carpenter Ln. 






tOBERTA BODWELL 
60 Hibiscus Ave . 



MARGARET BO EG LIN 
69 < rraymore Rd. 



LARAINI: HOCiOSIAN 
7G Doty St. 



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JOAN BONICA 
16 Royal St. 



STEPHEN BORDENCA 
39 Pleasant St. 



MICHAEL BOTTE 
40 Circuit Ln . 



MURIEL BOUCHER 
24 Central St. 




NORMAN BOUDREAU 
129 College Farm Rd. 






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PAUL BOUDREAU 
9 Dennison St . 




PRESTON BOUDREAU 
112 Washington Ave. 



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DIANNE BOURGEOIS 
14 Dexter St. 








22 PAULETTE BOURGEOIS 
33 Wampum Ave. 






ROLAND BOURGEOIS 
223 Grove St. 



SUSAN BOURGEOIS 
10 Keach St. 



ERIC BOURGOUJIAN 
254 Florence Rd. 







CAROL BOURQUE 
87 Francis St. 



PETER BOURQUE 
21 Copley Ave . 



MICHAEL BOWLBY 
6 John St. 



PATRICIA BOWLER 
18 Windsor Ter. 




GISELE BREAU 
23 Willow St. 






JEAN BRENNAN 
21 Brennan Ave . 




JAMES BRESCIA 
62 Sartell Rd. 



DALE BROOKS 
190% Adams St. 







BARBARA BROWN 
62 Lake St. 



DAVID BROWN 
17 School St. 



DOROTHY BROWN 
17 School St. 



ROBERTA BROWN 
141 Lake St. 



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JILL BRYANT 
157 Myrtle St. 





KATHLEEN BRYSON 
163 Ravenswood Rd . 




DOUGLAS BURNS 
10 Shade St. 



THOMAS BURNS 
18 WheelockRd. 







MICHAEL BURSTEIN 
36 Riverside Dr. 



MICHELLE BUSA 
30 Mallard Way 



JOSEPHINE BUSCEMI 
68 Parmenter Rd. 



FRANCIS BUSHARD 
2 Montclair Ave. 







24 GAIL BUTEAU 

41 Walnut St. 



GEORGE BYAM 
35 Warren Ave. 



FRANCIS CACCIATORE 
12 Hazel St. 



PATRICIA CAIRA 
38 Wingate Rd . 







PATRICIA CALARESE 
54 Upton Rd . 



JAMES CALLAHAN 
78 Hibiscus Ave. 



ROBERT CALNAN 
145 Ravenswood Rd . 



WILLIAM CAMERON 
57 Valley View Rd . 





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LYNN CAMPANA 
87 Washington Ave . 



DALE CAMPBELL 
109 Totten Pond Rd . 



DOUGLAS CAMPBELL 
7 Randall St. 



JANE CAMPBELL 
4 Banbury Ave . 




PATRICIA CAMPBELL 
18 Wampum Ave. 





LINA CAMPOS 
93 Graymore Rd. 





JOSEPH CANNISTRARO 
144 Robbins St. 



JOHN CAPELLC) 
254 Beal Rd. 



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BRETT CAPPADONA 
653 Beaver St. 



PATRICIA CARAMANICA 
36 Harvard St. 



JAMES CARAMSALIDIS 
16 Calvary St . 



HILDY CARLSON 
72 Marvista Ave. 







BRIAN CARME 
290 Dale St. 



WILLIAM CARMODY 
35 Arlington Rd. 



FRANCIS CARPENTINO 
3 Macks Ct. 



MARIE CARUSO 
271 Newton St. 










CAROL CASELLA 
133BealRd. 





JANICE CASELLA 
35 Gordon St. 




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SHEILA CASELLA 
25 Walton St. 



JOANNE CASH 
184 Main St. 




JEFFREY CATE 
136 Rose Hill Way 





DONNA CAVALIERI 
5 John St. 





JOHN CAVANAUGH 
62 Upland Rd. 



VALERIE CENTOLA 
15 Chatham Ln. 







LYNN CERCONE 
267 Bacon St. 



ANNE CERICOLA 
55 Bolton St. 



JOHN CHAMBERS 
229 School St. 



MARK CHARTIER 
69 Dix St. 







LUCY CHEN 
40 Rosemont Ave. 



GRACE CIMIMO 
24 Lowell Si. 



ANTONIETTT. CINCOTTA 
1 Barnes St. 



MARY CINCOTTA 
115 Ash St. 



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PAUL CINCOTTA 
276 River St. 



KAREN CLARK 
10 MayallRd. 



STEPHEN CLARKE 
10 Parsons Ave. 



LINDA COATES 
37 Hammond St. 



CHERYL COFFEY 
25E Dermody Rd. 





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DONNA COLANTINO 
84 Mokema Ave . 




LETA COLLETT 
135 Grove St. 



RICHARD COLLINS 
32 Overlook Rd . 







28 KAREN COLLURA 

84 Indian Rd. 



ROBERT CONCETTI 
5 Jackson PI. 



JULIE CONNOR 
24 Bacon St. 



EILEEN CONNORS 
72 Rockridge Rd . 







STEPHEN CONNORS 
378 Newton St. 



JUDITH CONRAD 
282 Lincoln St. 



KATHLEEN CONRAN 
60 Kingston Rd . 



PAUL CONTOS 
48 Shawmut Rd . 







GARY CONZO 
43 Curtis St. 






LAURA COOPER 
14 Kenmore Ter. 




DORA COPPOLA 
21 Hardy St. 



PAUL CORBETT 
45 Barbara Rd . 







PATRICIA CORCORAN 
20 Harland Rd. 



SEAN CORCORAN 
81 Main St. 



KATHLEEN CORLISS 
63 Lakcvicw Tor. 



DANIEL CORMIER 
M Ml. Vernon Ave. 



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DEBRA CORMIER 
19 Friend St. 





JANICE CORMIER 
150 Hammond St. 




PAUL CORMIER 
2 Massasoit Ct. 



PETER CORMIER 
54 Gilman Rd . 







SUSAN CORMIER 
144 School St. 



ANGELA COSTA 
1 Bemis Ave. 



DAVID COSTA 
118 Brown St. 



ELAINE COTONI 
45 Indian Rd. 







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SANDRA COTTON 
48 Miriam Rd. 



KATHLEEN COUGHLIN 
33 Edwin Rd. 



SUSAN COUGHLIN 
39 Sheffield Rd. 



EDWARD COUSINEAU 
16 Charlotte Rd . 







RICHARD COX 
23 Windsor Ter. 



KAREN CREONTE 
79 Jennings Rd. 



CHARLOTTE CRISTOFORI 
206 Hammond St. 



LORRAINE CROWE 
2607 Steams Hill Rd . 







CYNTHIA CULLEN 
176 Pine Hill Cir. 



KENNETH CUMMINGS 
258 Florence Rd . 



DONALD CUSANO 
1332 Trapelo Rd . 



THOMAS CUSANO 
40 Dexter Rd . 




ROBERT CUSICK 
15 Grosvenor Rd . 





THERESA DADDONA 
316 Forest St. 





STEPHEN DAGLE 
70 Lake St. 



ANDREA DAHL 
346 Bacon St. 



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5 Shade St. 



ANTHONY D'AMORE 
90 Winter St. 



LUCIA D'ANGIO 
196 Villa St. 



DAVID DANKENS 
141 Copeland St. 







SUSAN DART 
116 Stow St. 



RICHARD DAVIS 
47 Clark Ln. 



NANCY DEFELICE 
40 Highland St. 



STEPHEN DEFLORIO 
20 Elinor Cir. 





ROBERT DELAIRE 
8 Mayall Rd. 





GEORGE DELANEY 
251% Charles St. 




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20 Charlotte Rd. 



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18 McBride Ct. 



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70 Adams St. 








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1084 Main St. 





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45 Williams St. 



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53 Weir Rd. 








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88 Lake view Ter. 



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22 Meade Rd. 



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37 Summit St. 



DENISE DENNETT 
214 Robbins St. 






DONNA DEPROFIO 
13 Momclair Ave. 



ARTHUR DERUSHA 
77 Clematis Ave. 



MICHELE DERVISS 
93 Cedarwood Ave. 



DANIELLE DESROSIERS 33 
31 Mt. Pleasant St. 







ROBERT DEVANE 
144 Main St. 



STEPHEN DEVINCENT 
100 Marguerite Ave. 



ROBERTA DIBACCO 
255 Seminole Ave. 



JEANNE DIETTRICH 
39 Overlook Rd. 




NICHOLAS DiLESO 
23 Wamsutta Ave. 






LEONARD DIMAGGIO 
26 Woodcliff Dr. 




ANN MARIE DIMASI 
17 Wadsworth Ave. 



CORNELIUS DINEEN 
80 Dobbins St. 







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NANCY DION 
79 Fairmont Ave. 



ANN MARIE DIVECCHIA 
255 Hardy Pond Rd. 



GEORGE DOHERTY 
18 Brewster Rd. 



BERNARD DOIRON 
56 Rich St. 







EDWARD DOLLARD 
33i!i Middlesex Cir. 



JANET DONAHUE 
14 Midland Dr. 



JODI DONLON 
50 Overlook Rd . 



JAMES DOOLEY 
48 Gale St. 




FLORINE DOUCETTE 
10 Norumbega Ter. 






PAUL DOUCETTE 
49 Winthrop St. 




RAYMOND DOUCETTE 
12 Walnut St. 



RICHARD DOUCETTE 
92 Vernon St. 







MARY ANN DOUGLAS 
98 Fiske St. 



JOAN DOWCETT 
}'.>'., Hammond St. 



MARYELLEN DOWNING 
1279 Trapelo Rd. 



KATHERINE DRINAN 
1105 Lexington Si. 



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RICHARD DUBE 
378 River St. 





STANLEY DUDEK 
108 Amherst Ave. 




CHERYL DUFROMONT 
340 Plant Rd. 



ANNE DUGAS 
315 Florence Rd. 







ALBEO DUGUAY 
197 Grove St. 



MICHAEL DUNHAM 
122 Chestnut St. 



NANCY DUPORT 
11 Chase Rd. 



DIANE DWYER 
18 Kenmore Rd . 



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17 Copeland St. 



SETH EARLEY 
1611 Stearns Hill Rd. 



MARK EDWARDS 
22 Charlotte Rd . 



LYNNE ELLIOT 
34 Augustus Rd . 







JUDITH ENGLISH 
784 Beaver St. 



TRACY ERICKSON 
422 River St. 



TAMI FALLO 
84 Lakeview Ave. 



CATHERINE FARAMELLI 
29 Harris St. 







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29 Harris St. 



GEORGE FAUCHER 
1141 Trapelo Rd. 



MARIE FAULSTICH 
32 Wetherbee Rd . 



MICHAEL FAVRE 
1739 Trapelo Rd. 




LYNN FEARNLEY 
161BealRd. 





DANIEL FEEHILY 
80 Hillcroft Rd. 





STEPHAN FEELEY 
29 Cabot St. 



RICHARD FENNELLY 
90 Cabot St. 



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DAVID FENTON 
414 Forest St. 



DIANNE FENTON 
105 Hillciest Rd . 



ANTHONY FERRARA 
158 Marguerite Ave. 




ANGELA FERRERA 
12 Prentice St. 






SUSAN FERRO 
10 Browns Ave. 



JAMES FITZGERALD 
48 Melody Ln. 



ROBIN FITZSIMMONS 
43 Auburn St . 







BRYAN FLOYD 
167 Berkley St. 




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167 Berkley St. 





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145 Robbins St . 




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12 Brookway Rd. 



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22 Boynton St. 




JILL FORSYTH 
40 Sparkhill Rd. 




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237 Mokema Ave. 




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54 Clements Rd. 



LISA FRANGELLO 
86 HillcroftRd. 



DIANE FRONDUTO 
40 Dobbins St . 



PAMELA FROST 
17 Wetherbee Rd . 







LAWRENCE FRYE 
29 Barnes St. 



THOMAS FURDON 
38 Floyd St. 



DENISE GAGNON 
520 Lexington St. 



PAUL GAGNON 
48 Hollace St. 



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SUZANNE GAILIUS 
679 South St. 



STEVEN GAISER 
75 Morton St. 



JEAN GALLANT 
28 Cherry St . 



GEORGE GALLITANO 
10 Leslie Rd. 




CYNTHIA GAMBLE 
18 Crestview Rd. 






DAVID GAMBLE 
38 Park St. 




JOHN GARRITY 
79 Ravenswood Rd. 



CLAIRE GARVIN 
7 Joy St. 





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16 Shakespear Rd. 



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RONALD GICKA 
265 Seminole Ave. 





ROSELLA GIGLIA 
37 Vernon St. 



RONALD GILBERTO 
71 Brightwood Rd. 







DEBORAH GIORLANDO 
44 Overlook Rd . 



PATRICIA GISBOURNE 
136 Amherst Ave . 



DEBRA GIUSTI 
10V4 Sun St. 



GARY GLEASON 
80 Howard St. 




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134 Lake St. 






RENEE GODIN 

157 Riverview Ave. 




GERARD GOGUEN 
167 Lincoln St. 



RAYMOND GOGUEN 
30 Orchard Ave. 







DELWYN GOKEY 
33 Gill Rd. 



KAREN GOODALE 
24G Prospect Hill Ln. 



LAWRENCE GOODROW 
150 Pine Hill Cir. 



JACQUELINE GOULD 4 ) 

205 Hardy Pond Rd. 





JANE GOULDING 
745 South St. 





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153 Brown St. 




ROBERT GRENIER 
32 Brigham Rd . 



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5 Sunset Rd . 











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325 Larchmont Ave . 



PAMELA GRUMNEY 
15 Banbury Ave. 



CAMILLE GUADAGNINO 
37 Rosewood Dr. 



DIANE GUIDEBECK 
45 Gilman Rd . 












42 JOSEPH GUIDEBECK 
45 Gilman Rd. 



DAVID GULLOTTI 
71 Mokema Ave. 



MARK HACHEY 
57 Gale St. 



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BARBARA HALE 
108 Warren St. 







JOY HALLOWELL 
18 Overlook Rd. 



RICHARD HANNIGAN 
61 Brightwood Rd . 



RICHARD HANNON 
112 Harvard St. 



DIANA HAROUTUNIAN 
116 Goldencrest Ave. 



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49 Tomlin St. 



ELIZABETH HARRIS 
88 Parkview Rd. 



THOMAS HARTE 
19 Rockridge Rd . 



KATHY HARTMAN 
146 Pine Hill Cir. 




DAVID HASSETT 
30 Melody Ln. 




PATTY HAYES 
26 Grant PI. 




CHRISTINE HAYS 
18 Cowasset Ln. 





AUDREY HEADLEY 
177 Barbara Rd. 



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LISA HICKEY 
20 Demerest St. 






JEFFERY HILL 
150 Myrtle St. 



BARBARA HINES 
15 Albermarle Rd. 



BRIDGET HOGAN 
130 College Farm Rd. 







CAROL HOLSTON 
25 Manning Rd . 



ADRIA HOUSTON 
2 Munster Ter . 



CYNTHIA HOWARD 
66 Hamilton Rd. 



NANCY HOWARD 
31 Eddy St. 





SANDRA HOWARD 
137 Russell St. 





MICHAEL HOYT 
17 Sioux Ave. 




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JANE KERIVAN 
60 Hall St. 



NANCY HUFF 
56 Boynton St. 




EDWARD HUNTER 
108 Greer St. 





BRIAN HURLEY 
44 Warwick Ave. 





TIMOTHY HYLANDER 
11 Rich St. 



SUSAN HYNES 
162 Hawthorne Rd . 







EUGENE IRVINE 
28 Tomlin St. 



DAWN JANNONI 
73 Lunda St. 



RUSSELL JENKINS 
59 Crestview Rd. 



KEVIN JENSEN 
1901 Stearns Hill Rd. 







PATRICK JOLIAT 
105 Gregory St. 



DEBORAH l< INES 
210 Ash Si. 



LOW JONES 
I Brookway Ct . 



NANCI JOYCE 
73 Arcadia Ave. 



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53 Rockridge Rd . 



KENNETH JUNKINS 
183 Pine Hill Cir. 



MICHAEL KAMPHAUS 
90 Whitman Rd. 



DIANE KARELAS 
9 Greer St. 




KARLA KASPER 
69 Wilbur St. 






LISA KAZANJIAN 
45 Highland St. 




ROBERT KEANEY 
22-3 Lowell St. 



THOMAS KEHOE 
1631 Trapelo Rd. 







46 IANE KELLEY 

14 Aberdeen Ave. 



ROBERT KELLIHER 
136 Marlborough Rd . 



DANIEL KELLY 
17 Lakeview Ave. 



DAVID KELLY 
80 Tudor St. 







HENRY KELLY 
21 Lakeview Terr. 



JEAN KELLY 
121 Milton St. 



JOHN KELLY 
55ElleryRd. 



KIMBERLY KELLY 
1 Church St. 




LAURA KENDERES 
67 Gregory St. 






ALAN KENNEN 
74 Seminole Ave. 




JOHN KERR 
43 Cleveland Rd. 



SUSAN KERSHNER 
91 Mayall Rd. 







CHARLES KEYES 
26 Crestview Rd . 



PRISCILLA KEYES 
45 Fairmont Ave. 



DAVID KILMAIN 
392 Forest St. 



THOMAS KING 
20 Lowell St. 



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Football 



Under the direction of first year 
coach Bob Connors, the football team 
pulled out a winning season with an 
exciting Thanksgiving Day victory 
over Brockton, 6-0. This game was 
typical of the aggressive style of play 
with which the team performed 
throughout the season . 

Except for an opening day loss to 
Norwood, where inexperience proved 
to be the deciding factor, the young 
Hawks were in every game. Even in 
defeat, the persistent players 
demanded respect from their oppo- 
nent. 

Single touchdown losses to North 
Quincy and Newton's Super Bowl squad 
were among the team's most frustrat- 
ing moments. 

The team proved that even with 
limited size and experience, playing 
with enthusiasm and intensity , it could 
win. 




ROW I: Bob Cusick, Ray Walsh, Frank Carpentino, Mario Martin, Pierre Martin, Markjsfeeliey , Dave 
Valdanbrini, John Luskin, Don Cusano, Steve Algeri, Chris Moran, Dan McKinno>s--Dave Dankens. ROW 
II: Coach George Gardner, Coach Paul McGovern , Coach George CampbeJJ-r'Andy Clarke, Brian Langley, 
Dave Hill, John GiusjL-ftatik"Shea , Steve O'Neil, Jim Sweeney^-Mike Mahoney , Kevin Smith, George 
Beck, Ed^Colerrian, Coach Bob Connors. ROW III: Johngpaeeney , Paul Brady, Bob Lupinski, Ed Martajn-f' 
lohrfltfocera , Barry McPherson, Paul Landry, AL-T€sta, Wayne Grumney, Bob Sergi, Bob MartJH-fJohn 
Battaglino , Manager Bill Mazzarini . 






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HOMECOMING COMMITTEE: Patty Corcoran, Laura Cooper, and Anne Power, Chairperson. 



Jamie Gaudet 






Homecoming Dance 

November 13, 1976 









Liz O'Neil and escort. 



Nina Attardo and escort. 






Queen Jean Kelly and escort. 




Billerica Invitational Competition First Place 





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Brenda Wong, Tina Mirabile , Lisa Caruso, Cheryl 
LeBlanc, Theresa Rheaume, Sue Winterkorn, Nancy 
Duport, Annette Papia, Laurie Davis, Wendy Aucoin, 
Nina Attardo, Co-Captain Ruth Becker, Co-Captain Den- 
ise LeBlanc. 



Coach? . . . figurines ... the big CARPEN- 
TINO . . . Whose got which Martin? ... 13 
girls, IIV2 uniforms, 12 megs, 11 raincoats, 11 
coats and 12 sets of shakers . . . 





Co-Capt. Ruth Becker, Coach Jean Valdanbrini, 
Capt. Denise LeBlanc. 



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SENIORS:, . 

Mark LaForest, Kip LaShoto, Russ Leone, John Maguire, Rich Oliveri, Peter Rizzo, John Trudeau, Danny Tarullo. 

JUNIORS: Scott Anderson, Ed Bamrakian, Rich Breault, Tim Carney, Tom Carroll, Sal DiStefano, Tom Faherty, Bob Gillen, Paul Irvine r John Mason, 

Dan Owen, Cbnstantine VoulgaropoTiIos , DonFeeney. 

SOPHOMORES: Enrique Araniz, Mark Bernard, Charles Burke', Joe DiStefano, John Duffy, Ken Fenton, Lenny Gauvin, Neil G-rinneil, Mike Han, Ken 
Leger, Bob Melideo, Frank Miani, Matthew Orlando, Steve Oliveri, Dave Parrella, Paul Provencher, Jim Quakers, John Trites, Jeff-Venuti, Ricky 
Mantesanti. 



Soccer '76-77 





Soccer at Waltham High School is here to stay ! ! 
The Varsity and Junior Varsity squads enjoyed their 
best season ever, under the direction of coaches John 
Graceffa and Doug Tierney. The Hawks also made 
their initial appearance in the 1976 Eastern Mass. 
Soccer Tournament. 

The talented and enthusiastic soccermen played 
well in the tournament, beating both St. John's of 
Danvers and Randolph, before losing in the semi- 
finals to Eastern Mass. Champion Belmont High at 
Boston University's Nickerson Field. The loss to the 
Belmont club was typical of the Hawk's confidence 
and desire throughout the entire season because each 
player dug deep to produce a fine brand of soccer 
against their more experienced opponent. 

The Hawk's were led by Senior Co-Captains, John 
Maguire and Sal Barba . Barba , along with Junior Sal 
Distefano, were named to the Suburban League first 
team all-star squad, while Dan Tarullo and Sopho- 
more Joe Distefano, were awarded second team hon- 
ors. However, the Hawks' success did not lie just 
with those individual players, but rather with the 
dedication and contributions of the entire squad. 



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North Quincy 


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SENIORS: Karen Aldred, Lucia D'Angio, Anne Power, Chris Moynihan. 
JUNIORS: Mary Caban, Karen Cincotta, Terri McCarthy, Marjorie Faulstich. 
SOPHOMORES: Linda Karmikian, Lynn Feehily, Linda DiGiovanni, Yvonne Voisine , 
Kathy Desmond. 




Girls 7 Cross Country 

Oh-oh-here comes Terry's locker room! . . . Psych 'em out . . . hangers for T-Shirts?? Pace 
- what's that? . . . break pain barrier . . . run as a unit, girls . . . OH NO! What if we 
lose? . . . you gotta have class . . . candy, candy, candy . . . Who stole the knife for the 



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Thanks Coach, for having faith in us when we 
didn't have it in ourselves. As a result, we had an 
undefeated season. You always said "You gotta 
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Boys 7 Cross-Country 
'76-'77 



Led by Juniors Jon Adams and Don Gibbs, the Waltham 
X-Country Team was led to a 6-3 record. Other outstand- 
ing runners on the team were seniors, Doug Olney and Ed 
Hunter. Junior Brian Regan also helped round out the top 
five with star Sophomore Stu Goldsmith. Thanks to our 
coach who helped us through the season, "Coach Gould. " 




SENIORS: Captain Nick Powers, Doug Olney, Eddie Hunter. 

JUNIORS: Jon Adams, Brian Regan, Danny Gibbs, John Olney, Charlie Whealan, Nick 

Dicaccio, Peter Connelly, Freddie Bryson. 

SOPHOMORES: Frank Aniello , Stewart Goldsmith, Timmy Vinciullo, Richard Walters. 




worker . . . Ed ' . 
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American boy . . . thank -you . 
wherc's super'' . S^go\jet 'emjffl 
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Here we come Cambridge 
. . . wanna bump? . . . 
circle set on the move 
. . . yell when you sgike 
. . . geth, are you infjft? 
. . . raise the flag ... 
Sue the star . . . monkee 
bites kill it Charlotte! 
... the other day . . . 
good sets now . . . our 
daily visitor . . . Janet, 
get the green pickle . . . 
Sue did you make it all the 
way around? . . . ice 
cream,- how about a steak 
how could a serve be 
so good . . . the robot, 
.Helen. 




North Sectional 

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Billerica 


15" 


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15-5 


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won 


Btooklinc 


15-4 


15-5 


won 


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1-15 


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lost 


Newton N«rt^ J 


15-2 


15-6 Sa| 


won 


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15-4 


won 


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15-6 


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New .Sourh 


15-5 


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Brockton 


IV 


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Brooklinc 


14-6 


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Omhndgt Latin 


15-9 


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15-2 


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15-12 


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Arlington 


15-2 




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Brockton 


15-0 


15-11 


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15-5 


15-5 


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Mcthucn 


15-5 


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won 


Boston Latin 


15-4 


15-4 


won 


Camhridge Latin 


15-6 


15-6 


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HoUiston 


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Amy Saulnier, Yvette Daigle, Sue Kiejzo, Miss Castros, Jackie Forster, Charlotte 
Cristof ori , Co-Captain Carol Latorre, Maryanne McNamara, Beth Shinnick, Co- 
Captain Laraine Bogosian, Janet Altman, Celia Yung, Kathy Corliss. 




Volleyball '76-' 



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This year, Varsity volleyball at Waltham High experienced its most successful 
season ever. The team finished regular season play with a 15-1 record, which gave 
them the title of Suburban League Champions, and also qualified them for the Mass. 
State Tournament. The team continued its fine play into the preliminaries of the 
State Tournament, winning twelve games, undefeated, to make them the North 
Sectional Champions. Going into the final day of play in Brockton, the Waltham 
team was top-seeded, and advanced to the semi-final round before losing to Cam- 
bridge Latin, the eventual champions. 

These past two years have seen the exact same varsity team representing Waltham 
High. A lot of hard work went into achieving the high level of skill the team had 
reached. It was truly a team effort with each member contributing equally and com- 
ing through when needed. However, none of the success enjoyed by this team could 
have been accomplished without the fine coaching and leadership of Coach Helen 
Castros, who put it all together. 

"Thanks for everything, Miss Castros, you're the greatest and we'll never forget 
you . ' ' 



Coach Mulligan, Joyce Harrington, Karen Neff, Claudia Canepari, Barbara 
Schroeder, Linda Valdanbrini, Gail Casavant, Diane Burley, Laini Schoener, 
Carolyn Medeiros, Co-Captain Fran Smerlas, Co-Captain Ginette Arsenault, 
Sue Corkery, Joanne Doherty. 








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Walt 


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Dedham 




65 


Walt 


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94 


Cambridge 




49 


Walt 


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34 


Newton So. 


32 


Walt 


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51 


Newton No. 


45 


Walt 


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37 


Quincv 


53 


Walt 


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Wcv mouth No. 


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Walt 


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North Quincy 


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Waltham 


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This year the girls tripled in 
number from last year's 11. 
Surely, this was part of the rea- 
son for their success . All but 2 of 
the past High School records were 
broken by this year's girls. Janice 
Casella and Janet Doherty were 
elected to the Suburban League 
All-Star Team. The Juniors and 
Sophomores, under the coaching 
of Mr. McDonald, look forward 
to a great season next year! 



FRONT: Co-Captains Mimi McBride, Janice Casella. ROW I: Beth 
O'Hara, Lynn Tanashian, Ellen McLaughlin, Pam Penton, Bernice Dou- 
cett, Beth Feeley, Jean Gallant. ROW II: Anne Cadigan, Maureen Gal- 
lager , Cindy Awiscus , Janet Doherty , Margoret Rooney , Rosaria Agrillo , 
Coach McDonald. ROW III: Rosemary Quinn, Barbara Hurley, Cathy 
Anthony , Ann Boudreau , Gabrielle Fitzgerald , Eileen Hayes , Marie Kerr , 
Sue Hassett. ROW IV: Susan Strom, Janet McLaughlin, Betsy Cloonan, 
Elaine McDonald, Ann Marie Duffy, Maryclair Foster, Joyce Richards, 
Mary Beth Mullin, Wendy Wilson. 




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SENIORS: Jane Kelley co-captain, Lynn Campana co-captain, Nancy Huff, Olivia Zaino, Wendy 
Mullet, Barbie Lawton, Jane Olivo, Cheryl Learned, Patty Nix. 

SOPHOMORES: Jane Dunbar, Jackie Sicotte, Ann Huff, Debbie Turner, Beverly Chiarelli, Donna 
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AROUND the football team girls . . 
lour greatT^eld . . . there's only a 
small puddle ... no Bev you go this 
way . . . the wing people . . . the sav- 
age Brookline team . . . lollipops from 
Lynn . . . Wendall . . . COACH Chris 
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The Girl's Varsity field hockey team completed a successful season with an 
overall record of 7 wins, 6 losses, and 1 tic. Aided by Co-Captain Jane Kelley 's 
season total of seven goals and Junior Cheryl Learned's six goals, Waltham beat 
such teams as Brookline and Cambridge Latin both of whom went on to the State 
Tournament. 

Outstanding defense work was turned in constantly by Junior center halfback, 
Jane Olivo and co-captain Lynn Campana, the team's Most Valuable Player. 
The heart of the defense however, was first year goalie Patty Nix who posted six 
shutouts in 14 games and allowed only 13 goals all season. 



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Senior Revue 

Class of '77 

Nov. 19th, 20th 



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Jackie Aniello 
Debora Ansara 
Lisa A versa 
Leda Babin 
Pam Barden 
Audrey Baron 
Leah Battaglino 
Jacqui Bauer 
Ruth Becker 
Joanne Bergantino 



lichael Bowlby 
Patricia Bowler 
Jean Brennan 
Dorothy Brown 
Kathleen Bryson 
Michelle Busa 
Josephine Buscemi 
Patricia Campbell 
sin a Campos 
'atty Caramanica 
Janice Casella 
Sheila Cassella 
Valerie Centola 
Lynn Cercone 
Toni Cincotta 
Cheryl Coffey 
Julie Connor 
Laura Cooper 
Patricia Corcorcan 
Debra Cormier 
Edward Cousineau 
Karen Creonte 
Robert Cusick 
Theresa Daddona 
Andrea Dahl 
Lucia Dangio 
Nancy DeFelice 
Kathleen Delaney 
Donna Delfino 
Rita Dellapace 
Robert Devane 
Stephen DeVinJ 
Cornelius Dineen 
George Doherty 
Janet Donahue 

laryellenjn^ni 

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Lynne Elliot 
Judith English 
Catherine Faramelli 
Christine Faramelli 
George Faucher 
Daniel Feehily 
Angela Ferrera 
Susan Ferro 
Robin Fitzsimmons 
Joyce F : loyd 








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Carol Fogg 
Michael Francis 
Stephen Francis 
Lisa Frangello 
James Gaudet 
Ronald Gicka 
Ronald Gilberto 
Patricia Gisbourne 
Debra Giusti 
Renee Godin 
Hannah Griff 

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David Hassett 
Christine Ha 
Susan Hynes 
Eugene Irvin 
Diane Karelas 
Karla Kasper 
Jane Kelley 
Henry Kelly 
Jean Kelly 
John Kelly 
Susan Kershner 
Priscilla Keyes 
Mary Kish 
Mark LaFore 
Janice LaFo 
Sandra Larkin 
Judith Lazaro 
Denise LeBlanc 
Laura LeBlanc 
Theresa LeBlanc 
Annette Leger 
Russell Leone 
John Linstrom 
Christine Lombardi 
Kerry MacDonald 
Gail MacDougall 
Anne Maclnnis 
Ruthellen Maclvor 
Barbara Mackusick 
Susan Maher 
Monica Mandile 
Judi McAlpine 
Mary Lynn McBride 
Ellen McLaughlin 
Anne Melideo 
Robert Meola 
Tina Mirabile 
Catherine Mobilia 
Christopher Moran 
Christine Moynihan 
Judith Mullen 
Shannon Murph 
Cheryl Noiles 
Darlene Noiles 
Elaine Noonan 
Mary Ann Noone 



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Bonnie Nutile 
Judith Ohnemus 
Douglas Olney 
Kathleen O'Mara 
Ann Ormond 
Carol O'Rourke 
Lauri Panaggio 
Annette Papia 
Sandra Parker 
Andrea Pavone 
Pamela Penton 

Lisa Pisano 
Ann Policronis 
Ann Power 
Nicholas Powers 
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Sally FrovEnche 
Donna Rapp 
Bob Ricketts 
Kenneth Ripley 
James Reynolds 
Eileen Robinson 
Kelly Roche 
Daniel Romard 



Donna Ruble 

Elizabeth Russo 

Jane Ryberg 

Joanne Sabetti 

Gregory Salvucc;, 

Paula Santange 

Pamela Saulr 

Jacqueline Scafic 

David Segal 

Cheryl Silver. 

Kathleen Stank 

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hleen Stoney 

izabeth Sturm 

Mary Sullivan 

Barbara Sutherland 

Lynne Tamburro 

Lynn Tanashian 

Daniel Tarullo 

Mary Judith Tierney 

Patricia Tortorclla 

Patty Treglia 
Luisa Trivisano 

Karen Vaccarello 

David Valdanbrini 

Herbert Vannasse 

Cathleen Veno 

Linda Venuti 

Karen Vincuilla 

Bruce Watson 

Anita Williams 

Mark Williams 

Kristie Woods 

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SANDRA LARKIN 
105 Vernon St. 



MICHAEL LAROSA 
10 Foundry Ave. 



HENRY LASHOTO 
131 Doty St. 



CAROL LATORRE 
84 Summit Ave. 




KEVIN LAVELLE 
40 Vi Prospect St. 






JOHN LA VERY III 
125 Colonial Ave. 



BARBARA LAWTON 
17 Berkshire Rd . 



JUDITH LAZARO 
15 Seminole Ave. 




JANET LEAHY 
139 Church St. 





DENISE LEBLANC 
34 Cushing St. 





DON ■• .I.D LEBLANC 
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71 Dobbins si . 



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MICHAEL LEBLANC 
66 Fiske St. 



TERRENCE LEBLANC 
157 Lowell St. 



THERESA LEBLANC 
85 Orange St. 



DOUGLAS LEE 
12 Charles St. 







PHYLLIS LEEPER 
63 Boynton St. 



BRIAN LEFORT 
34 Chester Ave. 



ANNETTE LEGER 
373 Newton St. 



DONALD LELIEVRE 
25 Overlook Rd. 





SHARI LEMONT 
86 Mountain Rd. 





DALE LEONARD 
46 Adams St. 




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RUSSELL LEONE 
147 Berkley St. 



KATHLEEN LEPORE 
7 Azalea Rd . 




JONATHAN LEWIS 
93 Riverview Ave. 





CATHI LINCOLN 
24 Vernon St. 




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JOHN LINSTROM 
1331 Trapelo Rd. 



JUDITH LOGUE 
71 Circle Dr. 







MATTHEW LOMBARD 
19 Oak St. 



CHRISTINE LOMBARDI 
56% Middlesex Rd. 



ANTHONY J. LOMBARDO 
138 Vernon St. 



ANTHONY R. LOMBARDO 
361 Lincoln St. 




MARTHA LOMBARD 
19 ' Newion St. 



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KATHLEEN LONG 
15 Totu ii Cl. 




THOMAS LOR1 I II 
I.S7 Summer '-I . 



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PETER LOVEQUIST 
131 Plympton St. 



LINDA LOWD 
27 Wampum Ave. 



JOSEPH LOYND 
36 Glen Cir. 



ANTONIO LUNA 
72FiancisSt. 




JOHN LUSKIN 
3 Munroe Ave. 






MARY LYONS 
39 Leonard St. 




KERRENCE MacDONALD 
83 Dale St. 



GAIL MacDOUGALL 
619 Lincoln St. 




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86 ANNE MacINNIS 

142 Temple Rd. 



THOMAS MacINNIS 
19 Thayer Rd. 



RUTHELLEN MacIVOR 
10 Plympton St. 



BARBARA MacKUSICK 
43 Lake view Ten. 







JOSEPH MACLELLAN 
15 Norumbega Ter. 



JUDITH MacNEIL 
27 Baldwin Rd. 



ROBERT LeBLANC 
130 Lowell St. 



DEBRA MADDEN 
31 Crafts St. 




LAURIE MAGNO 
215 Robbins St. 






JOHN MAGUIRE 
28 Bowker Rd . 




MARY MAHER 
29 Christopher Rd . 



SUSAN MAHER 
40 Ravenswood Rd . 







ELIZABETH MAHONEY 
175 Summer Si. 



JOHN MALLOY 
3 Outlook Rd. 



MARY MALONEY 
30 Summit St. 



MONICA MANDIl.i: 
G7 Ellison Pk. 



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ALBERT MANOUKIAN 
280 Temple Rd. 





GIL MANZON 
13 Marion St. 




CARMELA MARINARO 
73 Wilbur St. 



CLAVE MARKS 
90 A Massasoit St. 







KAREN MARSTON 
50 Trapelo Rd. 



ELIZABETH MARTIN 
27 Lord St. 



MARIO MARTIN 
11 Appleton St. 



PETER MARTIN 
94 Hatherly Rd. 







88 PIERRE MARTIN 

11 Appleton St. 



PETER MASTROGIANNIS 
179 Robbins St. 



MARK MATTESON 
79 Chester Ln. 



KAREN MAYNES 
33 Winter St. 







ROSEMARY MAYNES 
33 Winter St. 



ROBERT MAZEROLLE 
25 Robbins St . 



MARK MAZZARINI 
49 Woodland Rd . 



CAROLE McALEER 
7 Marguerite Ave. 







JUDITH McALPINE 
25 Woodland Rd. 



MARY LYNN McBRIDE 
211 Smith St. 



PATRICIA McCALL 
9 Auburn Ter. 



KATHLEEN McCARTER 
96 Orange St. 




LESLIE McDONALD 
49 Seminole Ave. 





mary Mcdonald 

50 Highland St. 






BARBARA McDONNELL 
41 Walnut St. 



ARTHUR McFARLAND 
326 Crescent St . 



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MARGARET McGANN 
5B Dermody Rd. 



SIOBHAN McGILLICUDDY 
74MayallRd. 



MARY McGINTY 
27 Copley Ave. 



judith Mckenzie 

57 Bright St . 








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18 Boynton St. 



Christine Mclaughlin 

41 Sterling Rd. 



ellen Mclaughlin 

15 Sharon St. 



james Mclaughlin 

15 Sharon St. 





MICHAEL McNAMARA 
78 Central St. 





KEVIN McSWEENEY 
21 Drury Ln. 



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MICHELLE MELANSON 
577 Beaver St. 




MICHAEL MELE 
639 Lincoln St. 




ANNE MELIDEO 
175 Smith St. 





KENNETH MELLO 
1375 Trapelo Rd. 





ROBERT MEOLA 
131 Main St. 



FRANCINE MIRABILE 
26 Windsor Ter. 







SUSAN MITCHELL 
9 Barton St. 



CATHERINE MOBILIA 
100 Summit St. 



CYNTHIA MONAHAN 
1 Stratton Ter. 



THOMAS MOORE 
66 Crestvicw Rd. 







(-ARY MOORES 
7 1 Hardy Pond Rd . 



CHRISTOPHER MORAN 
100 Morion St. 



CYNTHIA MORAN 
19 Crestvii w Rd. 



KAREN MORITX 
23 Hillcresi St. 



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CATHERINE MORREALE 
4 Adams St. 






NANCY MORRISON 
41 Walnut St. 



MICHAEL MOSCA 
96 Fuller St. 



ANNE MOSCHNER 
118 Seminole Ave. 




CHRISTINE MOYNIHAN 
60 Greenwood Ln. 






JAMES MUISE 
92 Princeton Ave . 




ROBERTA MUISE 
37 Warren Ave. 



ANDREW MULA 
12 Harding Ave. 







92 JUDITH MULLEN 

18 Wildwood Ln. 



WENDY MULLETT 
55 Caughey St. 



CAROLYN MURPHY 
115 Hammond St. 



KAREN MURPHY 
58B Hansen Rd . 






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SHANNON MURPHY 
25 Hammond St. 



MARK NADOLNY 
130 Bedford St. 



ROBERT NAJARIAN 
40 Smart St. 



DAVID NASCO 
30 Central St. 




AMY NGWISHA 
150 Charles River Rd . 






JOHN NIX 
153 Ash St. 




CHERYL NOILES 
99 Pine St. 



DARLENE NOILES 
99 Pine St. 






ELAINE NOONAN 
21 Beal Rd. 



MARY ANN NOONE 
10 Lawndalc Ave. 



BONNIE NUTI1 
62 Taylor St, 



LINDA O'CONNEI 
178 Copeland St. 



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THERESE O'CONNELL 
26 Friend St. 





WILLIAM O'CONNELL 
114 Greer St. 




JACQUELYN O'DONNELL 
109 Midland Dr. 



CURTIS O'HARA 
62 Church St. 







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JUDITH OHNEMUS 
31 Woodlawn Ave. 



WALTER OHNEMUS 
32 Cowasset Ln. 



DANIEL O'KEEFE 
16 Banks St. 



NANCY OLBRYS 
60 Charlotte Rd . 






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10 Kenmore Ter. 



DOMINIC OLIVO 
101 Central St. 



HILARY OLIVO 
128 Ellison Pk. 



DOUGLAS OLNEY 
23 Bradford St. 







KATHLEEN OMARA 
60 Cherry St. 



JOYCE ONEILL 
160 Brown St. 



FRANCIS ORDILE 
21 Woburn St. 



GERALDINE ORIFICE 
28 Galen St. 




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159 Overland Rd. 



CAROL O'ROURKE 
26 Bruce Rd . 



ELAINE O'ROURKE 
8 Fern St. 




ROBERT OUELLETTE 
40 Wetherbee Rd . 




SCOTT OUELLETTE 
152 Pine Hill Cir. 




JAMES PAINO 
31 Bolton St. 





DAVID PALMER 
127 Whitman Rd. 



LAURI PANAGGIO 
108 Parkview Rd. 



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ANNETTE PAPIA 
66 Woodcliff Dr. 



DOROTHY PAPPAS 
26 Orange St. 



SANDRA PARKER 
28 Hagar Ln. 



JUDY PATTERSON 
105 Bacon St. 







KAREN PATTERSON 
27 Berkley St. 



ANDREA PAVONE 
294 Forest St. 



MICHELLE PELLETIER 
19 Chamberlain Ter. 



SHARON PELLETIER 
756 South St. 





SANDRA PELTIER 
61 Mallard Way 





PAMELA PENTON 
95 Pigeon Ln. 




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VITOR PEREIRA 
51 Chester Ave. 



PAULA PERKINS 
79 Montclair Ave. 




LYNN PETRIE 
209 Brown St. 





DAVID PETTENGILL 
12 Summer St. 





JAMES PETTIGREW 
97 Hillcrest St. 



KAREN PICHETTE 
26 Washington Ave . 







RICHARD PEIRCE 
30 Brookfield Rd. 



PATRICE PINTABONE 
474 Lexington St. 



DEBRA PINZONE 
14 Lafayette St. 



THOMAS PINZONE 
144 Ellison Pk. 




SANDRA PIPER 
11 Charles St. 






LISA PISANO 
53 Villa St. 



DAVID PITTS 
240 Dale St. 



TERRY PLACE 
68D Prospect Hill Rd. 



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JAMES POIRIER 
27 WeirRd. 



SUSAN POLDOIAN 
205 Warren St. 



THEANO POLICRONIS 
22 Grant PI. 



ANNE POWER 
14 Virginia Rd . 




NICHOLAS POWERS 
54 Albermarle Rd. 






CYNTHIA PRIEST 
37 Cleveland Rd. 




ANTHONY PRINCIOTTA 
101 HobbsRd. 



RICHARD PROFITA 
26 Rosewood Dr. 







SALLY PROVENCHER 
63 Chester Ln. 



BONNIE RAINES 
26 Dexter St. 



DONNA RAPP 
111 Berkley St. 



JANE REDDING 
7 Wamsutta Ave. 







DAVID REGAN 
15 Juniper St. 



JAMES REYNOLDS 
239 Grove St. 



BRIAN RHODES 
17 Galen St. 



ELMONDE RICHARD 
35 Beech St. 




JAMES RICHARD 
18 Harvard PI. 






MARIE RICHARD 
104 Villa St. 




MARK RICHARD 
182 Robbins St. 



ROBERT RICKETTS 
233 Temple Rd. 







PAULRIGHINI 
■1 Hamilton Rd . 



KENNETH RIPLEY 

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PETER RIZZO 
10 Westbrook Cir. 



THOMAS RIZZO 
150 Weston Si. 



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EILEEN ROBINSON 
9 Chesterbrook Rd . 





CYNTHIA ROCHE 
43 Floyd St. 




KELLY ROCHE 
68 Arcadia Ave. 



JOHN ROCKETT 
33 Harris St. 







RICHARD ROCKETT 
33 Harris St. 



SCOTT ROGERS 
60 Parmenter Rd. 



ANTHONY ROMANO 
738 Lionel Ave. 



DANIEL ROMARD 
41 Bright St. 







100 THOMAS ROONEY 
81 Ellison Pk. 



LISA ROSEN 
191 Hardy Pond Rd. 



LISA ROSI 
49 Harrington Rd . 



MICHAEL ROTCHFORD 
28 Cheryl Ln. 







PEDRO RUBIO 
26 Robbins St. 



DONNA RUBLE 
25 Gale St. 



CHARLES RUSSO 
30 Smith St. 



ELIZABETH RUSSO 
35 Weir Rd. 







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21 Emmeline Ave. 



JANE RYBERG 
73 Bacon St. 



JOANNE SABETTI 
5 Rosewood Dr. 



KAREN SACCO 
21 Glen Cir. 




MARIE ST. CHARLES 
161 School St. 





THERESA ST. GERMAIN 
23 Colburn St. 





JOAN SALVATO 
62 Seminole Ave. 



GREGORY SALVUCCI 
24 Albert St. 



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172 Circle Dr. 



MARIA SANTANIELLO 
72 Whitman Rd. 



WILLIAM SANTOLUCITO 
97 Cushing St. 



EDWARD SARRO 
460 Lincoln St. 










AMY SAULNIER 
7 Auburn Ter. 



ANNETTE SAULNIER 
133 Pine Hill Cir. 



IRENE SAULNIER 
161 Ash St. 



PAMELA SAULNIER 
117 Myrtle St. 





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PATRICK SAUTIER 
31 Mt. Pleasant St. 





JACQUELINE SCAFIDI 
1 Pearl St. 




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MARK SCAFIDI 
3 Pearl St. 



PAUL SCAFIDI 
50 Murray St. 







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DAVID SCHIFF 
42 Bowker Rd . 








GREGG SCHOENER 
5 Brookway Ct. 





KIMBERLY SCHOFIELD 
35 Sartell Rd. 



DAVID SCHUELER 
18 Brookway Ct. 







ANTHONY SCIOLI 
277 River St. 



TRACY SCIPIONE 
34 Crafts St. 



KEVIN SCOTT 
20 Hibiscus Ave . 



DAVID SEGAL 
267 Warren St. 







EVELYN SERVAL 
17 Endicott St. 



NANCY SHANLEY 
88 Marlborough Rd . 



TIMOTHY SHARKEY 
11 Woodchester Rd. 



RICHARD SHEA 
21 Marlton Rd . 



103 







DAVID SHEEHAN 
16 Waverley St. 



DOROTHY SHERMAN 
6 Freemont Ter. 



ELIZABETH SHINNICK 
39 Temple Rd. 



MARGARET SILVA 
471 Forest St. 




CHERYL SILVER 
7 Winthrop St . 





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KATHARINE SIMMONS 
163 Grove St. 




STEPHEN SJOSTEDT 
188 Marguerite Ave. 



JOHN SMERLAS 
112 Shirley Rd . 







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DEBRA SMITH 
184 Chestnut St. 



JUDITH SMITH 
164 Russell St. 



LAURA SMITH 
472 Lincoln St. 



LETITIA SMITH 
91 Summit St. 







KATHRYN SNEE 
101 Prospect Hill Rd . 



SUSAN SOTTILE 
110 Prentice St. 



DARRELL STAMPER 
1 Upland Rd. 



DONNA STANKARD 
23 Azalea Rd . 




KATHLEEN STANLEY 
52 Derby St. 






JANET STEPP 
45 Brewster Rd . 




KATHLEEN STONEY 
29 Floyd St. 



WILLIAM STROM 
12 Harvard PI. 







ELIZABETH STURM 
108 Upton Rd. 



KATHLEEN SULLIVAN 
457 Lincoln St. 



MARY SULLIVAN 
58 Poitcr Rd. 



MAUREEN SULLIVAN jQ5 
90 Pond St . 





NANCY SULLIVAN 
286 Sibley Rd. 





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KENNETH SURETTE 
16 Chamberlain Ter. 




MICHELLE SURRETTE 
31 OakledgeRd. 



BARBARA SUTHERLAND 
25 Greenwood Ln. 




DEBRA SWEDER 
30 Mountain Rd . 






DAWN SWEET 
298 Garden Cir. 



MARY TABOR 
30 Cleveland Rd. 



LYNNE TAMBURRO 
1273 Trapelo Rd. 







!06 LYNN TANASHIAN 
19 Leitha Dr. 



DANIEL TARULLO 
243 Trapelo Rd . 



MALCOLM TAVENER 
162 Barbara Rd. 



LINDA TAYLOR 
205 Chestnut St. 




GEORGE TEKEYAN 
24 Doty St. 





JANET TERENZIO 
85 Mallard Way 



DEIDRE THOMPSON 
1807 Stearns Hill Rd . 



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JAMES THOMPSON 
1807 Stearns Hill Rd . 




DAVID THERIAULT 
24 Lowell St. 





HUBERTE THIBODEAU 
15 James St. 




SUSAN THOMPSON 
30 Dexter St. 



MARY TIERNEY 
10 Grosvenor Rd . 





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160 Chestnut St. 





PATRICIA TORTORELLA 
26 Waverly St. 





GEORGE TOUMAYAN 
12 Floral Cir. 



SANDRA TOY 
41 Washington Ave. 



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TINA TREGGIARI 
80 Mokema Ave. 



PATRICIA TREGLIA 
33 Floyd St. 





SUSAN TRIMBLE 
118 Doty St. 



LUISA TRIVISANO 
63 DixSt. 







JOHN TRUDEAU 
11 Roberts Rd. 



CHARLES TUFTS 
202 Chestnut St. 



STEVEN TULLY 
83 Hatherly Rd . 



TERESA TURLICK 
91 Dobbins St. 





KEVIN TUTTLE 
39 Midland Dr. 





SHAGHIG TUYSUZIAN 
37 Dobbins St. 




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KAREN VACCARELLO 
19 Milton St. 



DAVID VALDANBRINI 
10 Sun St. 




THOMAS VALLERAND 
16 Browns Ave . 





RICHARD VANARIA 
210 Main St. 





HERBERT VANNASSE 
670 TrapeloRd. 



CATHLEEN VENO 
855 Lexington St. 







BRIAN VENUTI 
25 Virginia Rd. 



LINDA VENUTI 
17 Wampum Ave. 



DONALD VINCUILLA 
37 Columbus Ave. 



KAREN VINCUILLA 
145 Overlook Rd. 





KIKI VOULGAROPOULOS 
26 Tudor St. 



LESLIE WALSH 
49 Hardy Pond Rd. 





RAYMOND WALSH 
21 Wampum Ave. 



SUSAN WALSH 
lie Trapelo Rd. 



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JAMES WARD 
19 Howard St. 



BRUCE WATSON 
23 Waverley St. 



DEBBIE WENTWORTH 
101 Bowdoin Ave. 



MICHAEL WHALEN 
155 Prospect Hill Rd . 




PAULA WHELAN 
36 Addison Rd. 






KIMBERLY WHITE 
147 Ellison Pk. 




MICHAEL WHITE 
58 Murray St. 



DEBORAH WHITTEN 
10A Pratt Ave. 




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ANITA WILLIAMS 
131 Pine Hill Cir. 



MARK WILLIAMS 
66 Miriam Rd. 



JAMES WITHROW 
52 Exchange St. 



BRENDA WONG 
33 Columbus Ave. 







IRENE WONG 
84 Ellison Pk . 



KRISTIE WOODS 
22 Lakeview Ter. 



JAMES WRIGHT 
10 Elmhurst Ter. 



JOHN WRIGHT 
10 Elmhurst Ter. 




THOMAS WRYNN JR. 
37 Shore Rd . 






JEAN YOBACCIO 
29 Thornton Rd . 




KAREN YORSTON 
67 Adams St. 



CELIA YUNG 
9 Bolton St. 







ELAINE ZADROZNY 
28 Marianne Rd . 



OLIVIA ZAINO 
103 Main St. 



SANDRA ZAMMUTO 
83 Dobbins St. 



PATRICIA ZAWADZKI 
65 Montclair Ave. 



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Doug Burns, Beth Shinnick, Ted Ohnemus, Chris Hays, Joanne Doherty, Chris Joliet, June Mouradjian, Frank Shea, 
Al Rizzo, Kim Regan, Donna Lee, Janet Doherty. KNEELING: Coach Howard McCleave. 




Carrying on the tradition of the Walt- 
ham High ski team, this year's skiers fin- 
ished with an 11 and 1 record. With the 
help of the girls' first place finish, the 
team placed third in the annual Eastern 
Mass. Invitational at Bradford Hill. The 
team's success is due to Seniors Beth 
Shinnick, Ted Ohnemus, and Tim Shar- 
key. 

The future of the Waltham High ski 
team is bright with several promising 
underclassmen among next year's skiers. 





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Mike Higgins, Tri-Capt. Mario Martin, John Luskin. KNEELING: Coach Phil 
Coach John Passarini , Coach Nick Mirabile . 



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After only seven years of the program's exist- 
ence, Coach John Passarini led our wrestlers to 
sole possession of the Suburban League title and 
District Championship. Passarini's hard work and 
dedication of the past had finally paid off with the 
return of experienced Varsity wrestlers, who were 
introduced to the sport at an early age. There 
were many highlights during the season. But the 
most memorable one was the night the grapplers 
captured the Suburban League title in an exciting 
match against Quincy. We hope the success 
enjoyed by this year's team will be an example 
for future teams to follow. 




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This year's Girls' Varsity Basketball team, under 
the first year coaching of Christine Molonea, fin- 
ished with a record of 10-7. Starting off with a 4-0 
record it seemed like a promising year for the team . 
However, injuries plagued the team for the remain- 
der of the season. Losing only 4 graduating players, 
continued success is expected next year for both the 
varsity and junior varsity teams. 




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FRONT L to R: Richard Brown, Danny Anthony, Curtis O'Hara, Ken Meliones. BACK: L to R: Coach Peter 
Donahue, Steve Barnard, John Trites, Mark Hanley, Charlie O'Brien, John Kenney, John Duffy. 





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The 1976-77 Varsity Basketball team had a tremendous 
season under the direction of Coach Len Sorin. People had 
doubts about the team's success because none of the play- 
ers had any previous varsity experience. However, this 
theory was shattered by the team's tremendous record of 
15-5 and a third place finish in the Suburban League. 

SCORES 



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Debbie Peros, M.J. Tierney, Debbie Cormier, Olympia Fournarakis. 




shine your moon . . . put 
those hands on your stupid 
hips . . . shake shake 
Debbie shake shake . . . 
We are the cheerleaders, 
ya . . . oohah . . . the 
word is flat . . . Get your 
hand out of there . . . 
Terry, Terry take our pic- 
ture . . . Greek power 
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true to your school ... I 
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Co-Captain Debbie Guisti 
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it . . . quick, get the 
trainer!! . . . Now girls, 
leave Gregg and Pierce alone 
. . . show off . . . but I 
can't there's no one to impress 
. . . Beach Boys . . . Flam- 
ing Mame. 




Gymnastics 

The Gymnastics team peaked this year with 
their first winning season, and managed to 
compile a record of 6-3. This sport has been in 
existence only 5 years and this year has been 
the most successful. The team was paced by 
Tina Mirabile, Kim Foskin, and Dotty Pappas. 
The capable leadership of Coach Maria Lana 
Georges and Assistant Coach Larry White 
helped boost the girls to this victorious season. 



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Vincent Beaudoin, Captain Dan McKinnon, Kevin Ayotte. The 
rest of the team members include: John Harrington, Mark Eagen, 
Luay Ashoo, Tim Bowley, Rick Montasanti, Gregg DeMeo, John 
Maillet, John Mason, Peter Brennan. Coach Don Dunlop. 




Under first year coach Don Dunlop, the Hawks continued 
their winning tradition. Led by Seniors Dan McKinnon, Vin 
Beaudoin, and Kevin Ayotte, the team compiled a 5-3 
record that included an upset victory over first place Bedford. 
With just three members graduating, next year's team, cap- 
tained by John Harrington, should be a contender for the 
title. 




Boys' 
Track 



The Boys' indoor track team suffered its first losing sea- 
son since its commencement in 1961. The final record of 
the year was 3-5-1. 

Although the team was not at its best, the boys tried 
hard and each member put his all into the team. J? 




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FRONT: L to R: Lynne Dunbrack, Terri McCarthy, Karen Aldred Captain, Anne Power, Lucia D'Angio, Mary 
Caban, Ellen Katz, Linda Karnikyan. BACK: L to R: Donna DiGiovine, Karen Neff, Margie Faulstich, Anne Cadi- 
gan, Claudia Canepari, Sandy Aldred, Lynne Feehily, Linda LaRosa, Kathy Desmond, Coach Joe Tranchita. 




Girls 7 
Track 



Capt. Karen Aldred, Coach Joesepr 
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The girl's indoor track team finished its initial season 
as a varsity team with a losing 3-5 record. Despite this, 
the girls' season has to be considered a successful one 
due to the many achievements of the team as a whole. 
They set 13 school records and 4 Suburban League 
records while qualifying 11 girls for the League Champi- 
onships and 10 girls for the State Meet . 

In Championship award meets the girls accumulated 
30 ribbons and 13 medals . They progressed tremendously 
by the termination of the season. In fact, they were the 
only team from the Suburban League to be invited to 
both the Lexington and North Shore Invitationals , in 
which they finished 2nd and 3rd respectively . 












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Co-Captain Judy Ohnemus, Co-Captain Kathy Bryson, Karen Hough, Judy Mullen, Jane Kelley, Mary 
Duddy, Mary-Beth Stanley, Susan Maher, Karen Vincuilla, Nancy McManus. 



Hockey Cheerleaders 

W.D. . . . Conn : . . Blinded by the light . . . Torn 
between two lovers . . . Pillow cases . . . Does anyone 
have the M.D. . . . Big Mac attack . . . And he didn't 
blush? . . . The Big O! . . . Uncle Peter . . . Double 
P . . . HO-HO . . . anyhow . . . E + F . . . Speeny 
. . . pork chops. 



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KNEELING: Judy Ohnemus co-capt. STANDING: Coach Laurel 
Creonte, Kathy Bryson co-capt. 




Hockey 



1st ROW: Barry McPherson, Bob Cusick , Steve Dagle , Joey Dudek, John Maguire, Steve Clarke, Joe Aiello, 
Preston Boudreau, Mike McNamara. 2nd ROW: Assistant Coach Danny Doyle, Assistant Coach James Bowse, 
Tom Maclnnis, Tommy Vallerand, Dickie Collins, Tom Dowdy, Chuck Surette , Danny Hill, Coach Peter 
Yetten. 3rd ROW: Bobby Martin, Ken Leger, Paul Provencher, Rickie Martin, Ray St. Cyr. 






The Waltham High sextet had a 
very successful season this past win- 
ter with a 10-6-2 record. The team 
was just edged out of post season 
tourney play by one game. The 
Hawks placed third in the tough 
Suburban League. 

The Hawks started fast, leading 
the circut for the first half of the 
season. However, they came upon 
tough times in the second half los- 
ing 5 games by 7 goals. This is only 
the second season that the team has 
been under Coach Yetten. 







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PETER ABELLI 
14 Prospect Hill Rd . 



JOHN AISMONDO 
396 River St. 



SALVATORE ALBANESE 
53 Rosewood Dr. 



JAMES ANNUNZIATA 
84 Albermarle Rd . 




STEPHEN AUCOIN 
25 F Dermody Rd . 






BSBHHHnBn 
JAMES BEDROSIAN 
2 Florence Rd . 




ARMAND BOUDREAU 
9 Albert St. 



ROBERT BRENNAN 
39 Carrol St. Watertown 







15 DAVID CARTIER 
13 Brookway Ct. 



DANIEL COFFIN 
91 Lovelle Rd. Watertown 



DAVID COOPER 
39 Hatherly Rd. 



GERALD CORCORAN 
36 Cleveland Rd. 







KEVIN CORCORAN 
34FiskeSt. 



DOUGLAS COSGROVE 
45 Caughey St. 



MICHAEL DALEY 
11 Orange St. 



CRAIG DAWSON 
110 Albermarle Rd. 




RICHARD DELFINA 
30 Amory Rd . 






THOMAS DENAULT 
146 Seminole Ave. 




CARMINE DeVINCENTIS 
192 French Ter. Watertown 



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BRIAN DINSMORE 
27 Whitter Ave. 







FRANCIS DOHERTY 
1105 Lexington St. 



REMI DOIRON 
55 Dartmouth St. 



RICHARD DOM1 K 
93 Calvary St. 



GILLES DUGUAY 
197 (.rove St. 



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Miss Clara Graceffa 




Ms . Doris Putnam 





Mrs. Geraldine Keefe 

Office 
Workers 




Mr. Ray 




Mr. Gallagher 




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Mr. Lando 



Mr. Alberghini 





Joseph P. McCusker 



Antonio J. A. Damian 



Academic Teachers 




Jane Goldman 





Charles Herrigan 



Sheila Ready 





CHARLES DUNN 
92 Riverside St. Watertown 







RACHEL DYER 
52 Summit St. 




FLAVIO FERRARO 
39 Gordon St . 



ERIC FERREIRA 
225 Pine Hill Cir. 







MARK FERSON 
22 Lowell St. 



PHILIP GALLAGHER 
58 Ellison Pk. 



STEVEN GALLO 
45 Rosemont Ave . 



CHARLES GEORGIOU 
4 Carelton Rd. 






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154 THOMAS GILDEA 
24 Lakeview Ter. 



VINCENT GILLIS 
139 Hardy Pond Rd . 



PATRICK GIROLAMO 
147 Robbins St. 




LOUIS GOUIN 
6 Hammer St. 







DONALD GREEN 
1363 TrapeloRd. 



MARK GROSSE 
37 Gill Rd . 



CHARLES HAGG 
71ElleryRd. 



BRAD HIGGINS 
97 Milner St. 







JOHN HUGHES 
11 BrookfieldRd. 



PAUL IANNUZZO 
180 Ash St. 



ANGEL JIMENEZ 
91 Chestnut St. 



JOHN LALIME 
43 Farnsworth St. 







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1105 Lexington St. 





JAMES LEEBER 
111 Hardy PondRd. 





ROGER LUTHER 
7 Mountainview Ave. 



JOHN MacDONALD 
90 Galen St. 



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TIMOTHY MADDEN 
31 Crafts St. 



WILLIAM MARTIN 
103 Milner St. 



JOSEPH McGINTY 
27 Copely Ave. 



JOHN McKENNA 
29 Laurel St. Concord 




KEVIN McLELLAN 
399 Newton St. 






EDWARD McMAHON 
268 Brown St. 




CHRISTOPHER MILLER 
28 Allen Rd . 



WILLIAM MUNROE 
202 Horse Pond Rd . 







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DONALD NEFF 
116 Pine Hill Cir. 



ROBERT PURCHASE 
12 Wall St. 



CHARLES QUIGLEY 
20 Winsom Ave. 



MICHAEL QUINN 
37 Hollace St. 







RONALD RICCI 

16 Emmeline Ave. 



PAUL ROBICHAUD 
27 Moore St. 



JOHN RUSSO 
21 Emmeline Ave. 



JAIME SANTIAGO 
57M> Walnut Ave . 






ROBERT SAULNIER 
117 Myrtle St. 



DANIEL SCHULTZ 
34 Marelborough Rd . 



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RONALD SORENSON 
233 Seminole Ave. 




MALCOLM SPENCER 
138 Russel St. 







JOHN STINEHART 
40 Marion Rd. Watertown 



EDWARD SULLIVAN 
24 Indian Rd. 



MICHAEL SWEENEY 
406 Arlington St. Acton 



MICHAEL WHITNEY 
45 Damon St. Concord 




LAWRENCE WILLIAMS 
217 Grove St. 



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Spring Section 




Girls 7 
Tennis 



Record 


12-4 


Brookline 


5-0 


Weymouth 


5-2 


No. Quincy 


3-0 


Quincy 


4-0 


Cambridge Latin 


5-0 


Newton South 


2-3 


Brockton 


2-3 


Brookline 


3-2 


Weymouth So. 


3-2 


Weymouth No. 


5-0 


No. Quincy 


4-1 


Quincy 


4-1 


Cambridge Latin 


3-2 


Brockton 


1-4 


Newton 


2-3 


State Tournament 




Masconomet 


2-3 




Chris Hays, Sharon Straw, Cathy Dankens, Carol Dion, Cheryl Learned, Lynne Apone, Dianne Cincotta 
Coach Allen, Beth Shinnick, Nancy Huff, Patty Peterson. 




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Nancy Corcoran, Karen Cincotta, Sandy Aldred. Karen Aldred, Anne Power, Terri McCarthy, Cindy Kiley, 
Gerri Orifice, Joanne Doherty, Donna DiGiovine, Lynne Feehily, Lynne Dunbrack, Margaret Rooney, Margie 
Fauistich, Joyce Rrockway, Lisa Bourque, Joanne Pratt, Cindy Aswivus, Marie Kerr, Cheryl Brown, Cindy Jones, 
Sylvania Marinaro, Arlene Brennan, Linda LaRosa, Kathy Anthony , Anne Cadigan, Ellen Kaitz, Cathy Des- 
mond , Carol Corcoran , Coach Larry Enos . 



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. . . Gerri! I'm always two shoes ahe 
of you! . . . We live to eat not eat 
live . . . Where's my funny bones? . , 
Who's the coach around here? . . , 
can't spell Waltham, can you? . . . 
A-R-R-Y! . . . How's Paul Jr.? . 
Donna, What heat are we in? . . . R( 
nies! ! ! . . . Whatever happened to 
locker room scream? Whatever happei 
to the locker room? . . . The agony 
the feet! ! ! . . . We thrive on compe 
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Boys' Track 



Despite a disappointing record of 1-8, the 
boys' track team did well in capturing seven 
places in the All -Suburban League Chai 
onship Meet. The squad progressed greatly 
throughout the season, during several close 
meets the team was barely edged out for a 
win. 

The team is looking forward to a larger 
more experienced group next year, but can 
be proud of its accomplishments. 





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The Waltham Hawks wrapped up the sea 
son with an 11-10 record, 10-8 in the Subui 
ban League. Pitcher Dave Valdabrir 
showed personal stamina with a 6-1 recor 
and John Giusti's batting excellence w£ 
highlighted by a . 372 batting average . 

The season ended with a stunning victor 
over Newton North , to knock them out of th 
league championship with Brockton . 

Five returning veterans from 1976 helpe 
to make this season a great one, and we'r 
looking forward to next year with eleve 
experienced underclassmen returning . 




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FROM MAY 20-23, 1977, THE WALTHAM 
HIGH SCHOOL CRIMSON MARCHING BAND 
WENT TO TORONTO, CANADA TO COMPETE 
IN THE INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL. 
THE WIND ENSEMBLE CAME IN 7TH OUT OF 
32 AND THE JAZZ BAND CAME IN 3RD OUT 
OF 32. OUR CHAMPIONSHIP MAJORETTES 
CAME IN FIRST IN THEIR COMPETITION. 
"WE ALL HAD A BLAST! ! ! " 




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Boys' 
Tennis 

The Tennis Team completed 
very successful season this yea 
Although their record was 8-8 the 
wasn't a match that wasn't clos 
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team - in every match it was alw* 
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deciding match. 



SENIORS Steve Gaiser , Greg Salvucci , Coach Richard Walsh , Richard Dube , Tony Scioli . 




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Bella, Ed Hunter, John Sullivan, Jim Morgan, Billy Costello. 

Don't stick him with me . . . Is it 18 or 9 today? I have to go to the Sox game ... I bet 
you forgot out golf balls again, Coach . . . Don't look now, Fred, but that kid is wrapping 
his club around that big oak tree . . . Alright guys, 8 of you in Peter's car, 14 in Chris' 





Girls' 
Softball 



A very hopeful season was the out- 
look for this year's varsity softball 
team , but a much improved Suburban 
league dwindled chances of a tourna- 
ment berth for the girls. The 10-8 
record posted by the team did not 
really reflect the potential this team 
had. Five of the eight losses suffered 
by the Hawks were by a one run mar- 
gin. Determination and good team 
play in the final week of the season 
paid off, as the girls spoiled two Sub- 
urban League teams' chances of mak- 
ing the tourney. This year's J. V. team 
experienced a very successful season, 
and two teams of good quality are 
expected next year. 




SENIORS: Pam Penton, Kathy Corliss, Amy Saulnier, Coach Nina Skavinsky, Lynn Campana, Carol Latorrc 
Laraine Bogosian, Paula Allia. 




How you be . . . Burnt . . . twang 
. . . big bats . . . the spoilers . . . 
who's number 31 . . .we are Star of the 
day . . . back of the bus water fights 
... Sue comes through in the clutch 
. . . ice cream, ice cream . . . Bogo, 
Carol , where are you . . . Skivi . . . 
burning Cambridge ... no bubble gum 
. . . Brillo . . . Paula Jean . . . Who's 
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Record 10-8 




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Newton South 




13-14 


Weymouth North 




16-12 


No. Quincy 




10-5 


Quincy 




11-6 


Cambridge 




4-7 


Newton 




6-16 


Brockton 




3-4 


Brookline 




10-4 


Weymouth South 




6-1 


Weymouth North 




11-7 


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ART AWARD 

MICHELLE DERVISS - FIRST PRIZE - $50.00 SAVINGS BOND OFFERED BY THE WALTHAM SAVINGS BANK IN THE WALT- 
HAM HOSPITAL ART CONTEST. 

DRAMA AWARD 

LAURA LEBLANC - THE DRAMA DEPARTMENT ACTING AWARD - A BOOK "SEEMING, BEING, AND BECOMING" BY ROB- 
ERT BENEDETTI. 

RICHARD VANARIA - THE DRAMA DEPARTMENT TECHNICAL THEATRE AWARD - A BOOK, "THE MAGIC OF LIGHT" BY 
JEAN ROSENTHAL. 

FOREIGN LANGUAGES 

VINCENT BEAUDION - THE ITALIAN PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN ITALIAN GIVEN BY THE WALTHAM LODGE, SONS OF 

ITALY - A PLAQUE. 

SHEILA CASELLA - THE LATIN PRIZE - A BOOK DONATED BY THE LATIN CLUB FOR EXCELLENCE IN LATIN. 

STEPHEN DEVINCENT - THE LATIN PRIZE - A BOOK DONATED BY THE LATIN CLUB FOR EXCELLENCE IN LATIN. 

HANNA GRIFF - THE FRENCH PRIZE - A BOOK FROM THE FRENCH CULTURAL SERVICES, FOR EXCELLENCE IN FRENCH. 

MARY-LYNN MCBRIDE - THE LATIN PRIZE - A BOOK DONATED BY THE LATIN CLUB FOR EXCELLENCE IN LATIN. 

MARK WILLIAMS - THE GERMAN PRIZE - A BOOK FROM THE GERMAN CONSUL'S OFFICE FOR EXCELLENCE IN GERMAN. 

MUSIC AWARDS 

MARK P. ADAMS - THE JOHN PHILIP SOUS A AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING MUSICAL ACHIEVEMENT AND 
INTEREST IN INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC, ALL-STATE, DISTRICT JAZZ AND A CERTIFICATE OF MERIT AT DISTRICT, 
STATE AND AT BERKLEE EVENTS (BASS TROMBONE). 

ALDO M. WILKINS - THE LOUIS ARMSTRONG JAZZ AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE 
FIELD OF JAZZ MUSIC AND DISTRICT JAZZ. 

ROBERT A. RICKETTS - THE ARION AWARD FOR A MUSIC STUDENT WHO HAS DISPLAYED EXCELLENCE IN MUSICIAN- 
SHIP, SCHOLARSHIP AND CITIZENSHIP, ALL STATE, ALL EASTERN, AND DISTRICT JAZZ. AWARDED CERTIFICATES OF 
MERIT AT ALL EVENTS; NAMED MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AT THE M.A.J.E. STATE FINALS. THE LOUIS ARMSTRONG 
JAZZ AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN THE FIELD OF JAZZ MUSIC. 

WILLIAM O'CONNELL - THE NATIONAL SCHOOL ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING 
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL ORCHESTRA. 

KIKI VOULGAROPOULOS - THE NATIONAL SCHOOL ORCHESTRA ASSOCIATION AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUT- 
STANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL ORCHESTRA AND JAZZ ENSEMBLE AND DISTRICT 
ORCHESTRA AND ALL STATE. CERTIFICATE OF MERIT AT BERKLEE (BASS). 

JUDI MCALPINE - THE NATIONAL SCHOOL CHORAL AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO 
THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL CHORAL ORGANIZATIONS. 

JOHN B. KELLY - THE NATIONAL SCHOOL CHORAL AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO 
THE SUCCESS OF THE SCHOOL CHORAL ORGANIZATIONS, DISTRICT AND ALL STATE. 

DOMINIC M. OLIVO - THE WALTHAM MUSIC DEPARTMENT AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF EXTRAORDINARY IMPROVE- 
MENT IN MUSICAL ACHIEVEMENT RESULTING FROM UNUSUAL DEDICATION AND PERSEVERANCE. 

PAUL J. JJARRIMAN - THE FREDERICK CHOPIN PIANO AWARD IN RECOGNITION OF OUTSTANDING ABILITY AND 
ACHIEVEMENT AS A PIANIST, AS WELL AS FOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAM AND DISTRICT 
JAZZ. PIANO CERTIFICATE OF MERIT AT BERKLEE AND AT TORONTO. 

SPECIAL AWARDS 

ANN ORMOND - VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS "VOICE OF DEMOCRACY," SCRIPT WRITING CONTEST - FIRST PRIZE 
LOCAL COMPETITION - $400.00, THIRD PRIZE DISTRICT COMPETITION - $25.00 BOND. 

JOHN KELLY - VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS "VOICE OF DEMOCRACY," SCRIPT WRITING - SECOND PRIZE LOCAL COM- 
PETITION $250 . 00 . 

STEPHEN DEVINCENT - JEWISH WAR VETERANS GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD - "CLASSMATES TODAY - NEIGHBORS 
TOMORROW," $100.00 BOND AND CERTIFICATE. 

JACQUELINE ANIELLO - JOHN HANCOCK AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS STUDIES. 
NANCY DION - JOHN HANCOCK AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN BUSINESS STUDIES. 

HERBERT VANNASSE - RICHARD E. LANDRY AWARD - A PLAQUE GIVEN IN MEMORY OF RICHARD E. LANDRY TO A SEN- 
IOR WHO BEST EXEMPLIFIES RICHARD E. LANDRY'S QUALITIES AS A LEADER IN GOVERNMENT. 
LAURA COOPER - BETTY CROCKER AWARD. 
MARY-LYNN MCBRIDE - BETTY CROCKER AWARD. 

JACQUELINE ANIELLO - THE ZONTA CLUB OF WALTHAM AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN CLOTHING. 
DEBRA ANNE SMITH - THE ZONTA CLUB OF WALTHAM AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN FOODS. 
KEVIN JENSEN - BAUSH AND LOMB AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN SCIENCE. 



Scholarship Recipients 



KAREN ALDRED 

STEVEN ALGERI 

JACQUELINE ANIELLO 

DANIEL ANTHONY 

HECTOR ARANIZ 

LISA AVERSA 

VERA BARLIT 

VINCENT BEAUDOIN 

RUTH BECKER 

CHRISTOPHER BELLA 

MARGARET BOEGLIN 

LARAINE BOGOSIAN 

MICHAEL BOTTE 

ARMAND BOUDREAU 

DIANE BOURGEOIS 

ROLAND BOURGEOIS 
; JAMES BRESCIA 

DOUGLAS BURNS 

MICHAEL BURSTEIN 
; LYNN CAMPANA 

JAMES CARAMSALIDIS 

JANICE CASELLA 
I SHEIL CASELLA 
: LUCY CHEN 

i ANTOINETTE CINCOTTA 
iPAULCINCOTTA 

KAREN CLARK 

CHERYL COFFEY 

STEPHEN CONNORS 

JUDITH CONRAD 
[LAURA COOPER 

DORA COPPOLA 
[PAUL CORBETT 

PATRICIA CORCORAN 

SEAN CORCORAN 

KATHLEEN CORLISS 

CHARLOTTE CRISTOFORI 

THERESA DADDONA 

MARY DALY 

DAVID DANKENS 
I CRAIG DAWSON 
| RALPH DELEON 

RITA DELLA PACE 

LAURIE DEMARAIS 
.DENISE DENNETT 

LEONARD DIMAGGIO 

NANCY DION 

PATRICIA "JOD!" DONLON 



KATHERINE DRINAN 
RICHARD DUBE 
NANCY DUPORT 
DIANE DWYER 
MICHAEL FAVRE 
ERIC FERREIRA 
SUSAN FERRO 
CAROL FOGG 
STEPHEN FRANCIS 
JAMES GAUDET 
ROSELLA GIGLIA 
PATRICK GIROLAMO 
PATRICIA GISBOURNE 
HANNA GRIFF 
RICHARD HANNIGAN 
DAVID HASSETT 
NANCY HUFF 
JOHN HUGHES 
EDWARD HUNTER 
TIMOTHY HYLANDER 
KEVIN JENSEN 
PATRICK JOLIAT 
HENRY KELLY 
JOHN KERR 
SUSAN KERSHNER 
DAVID KILMAIN 
MARK LAFOREST 
MICHAEL LAROSA 
HENRY LASHOTO 
CAROL LATTORRE 
DONALD LEBLANC 
LAURA LEBLANC 
DOUGLAS LEE 
RUSSELL LEONE 
MATTHEW LOMBARD 
JOHN MAGUIRE 
MARK MATTESON 
MARY-LYNN MCBRIDE 
JOSEPH MCGINTY 
ELLEN MCLAUGHLIN 
ANN MELIDEO 
SUSAN MITCHELL 
CHRISTOPHER MORAN 
CHRISTINE MOYNIHAN 
ROBERT NAJARIAN 
JUDITH MULLEN 
DANIEL NEFF 



JOHN NIX 
LINDA O'CONNELL 
THERESA O'CONNELL 
CURTIS O'HARA 
JUDY OHNEMUS 

RICHARD OLIVERI 
DOUGLAS OLNEY 
KATHLEEN O'MARA 
ROBERT OUELETTE 
RONA LAURI PANAGGIO 
ANNETTE PAPIA 
SANDRA PELTIER 
KAREN PICHETTE 
SUSAN POLDOIAN 
ANN POWER 
ANTHONY PRINCIOTTA 
MARIE RICHARD 
ROBERT RICKETTS 
KENETH RIPLEY 
THOMAS RIZZO 
KELLY ROCHE 
DANIEL ROMARD 
PEDRO RUBIO 
JOHN RUSSO 
JOANNE SABETTI 
MARIE ST. CHARLES 
JAIME SANTIAGO 
ANNETTE SAULNIER 
JACQUELINE SCAFIDI 
ELIZABETH SHINNICK 
GREG SCHOENER 
LETITIA SMITH 
MARY SULLIVAN 
MAUREEN SULLIVAN 
NANCY SULLIVAN 
MARY TABOR 
GEORGE TEKEYAN 
MARY JUDITH TIERNEY 
JOHN TRUDEAU 
CHARLES TUFTS 
KAREN VACCARELLO 
DAVID VALDANBRINI 
KIKI VOULGAROPOULOS 
ALDO WILKINS 
MARK WILLIAMS 
OLIVIA ZAINO 
ANABALZAYAS 



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Senior Week . . . Senior Week . . . Senior Week . . . 





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Friday, April 29, 1977 was a cool, hazy, 
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The Junior Prom was held at the Hillcrest 
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the Damian Trio and Peach and White were 
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JANE REDDING 



KAREN CREONTE 





LAURIE DEMARIS AND KAREN GOODALE 



FLORINE DOUCETT 




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LAURA SMITH 




JOYCE FLOYD 




DENISE GAGNON 





BONNIE RAINES AND KATHY 
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Health Careers 




HEALTH CAREER PROGRAM 
Weekly assignments to Maristhill Nursing Home, Waltham Hos- 
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Cooperative training programs originated at the University of Cincinnati in 1906 . In its 
early stages at the high school level , the cooperative program was limited to training 
workers for industry. One of the earliest programs in cooperative training in business edu- 
cation at the high school level was established in 1926 at Wilmington, Delaware. This 
program has been in continuous operation to date. 

Under normal economic conditions, a program of cooperative office education has 
advantages for the school, for the student and for business. 
SCHOOL - It provides an opportunity to broaden offerings and to accomplish better the 

stated objectives and philosophy. 
STUDENT - An opportunity to achieve improvement of skills and to participate in a pro- 
gram that is tailored to their interests and plans for their future. 
BUSINESS - Through this program business creates for themselves a pool of highly-trained 
future employees with each graduating class. 






Eileen Robinson 
Waltham Vocational 





Janet Leahy 
Harvey Industries 



Roberta Muise 

U.S. Corps of Engineers 

Real Estate Division 



Michelle Pelletier 
IBM 





Cindy Cullen Electronic Fastners Inc. 



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Sue Bourgeois Prospectors Research Services, Inc. 

Tricia Gisbourne Dr. Hecht 

Diane Guidebeck Jason M. Cortell Associates, Inc. 

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Tami Fallo 
Harvey Industries 



Joy Hallowell 
IBM 




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Superintendent's Office 





DR; FREDERICK J. STOKLEY 
Superintendent 



MR. JOHN J. DADDONA 
Deputy Superintendent 





MR. JAMES CANNON 
Assistant Superintendent 



DR. JOSEPH LoPRESTI 
Assistant Superintendent 



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School Committee 





GERTRUDE M. WEBB 




JOSEPH PAVONE 



HONORABLE ARTHUR J. CLARK 
Mayor 





COL. PAUL POMEROY 



JUDITH A. CAMPBELL 



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Waltham High School Administration 





MR. GEORGE E. P. HUSSON JR. 
Principal 



MR. F. JOSEPH LEVEY 
Vice-Principal 



Vocational High School Administration 





240 MR. ERNEST V. VISCARELLO 

Director of Occupational Education 



MR. JOSEPH B. DcMAIO 
Assistant Principal 



Waltham High School 
Housemasters 




MRS. ALISCA CZARNOWSKI 
Senior Housemaster 





MR. JOHN REGAN 
Sophomore Housemasti c 



MR. THOMAS F. NEYLON 

lunloi Housemaster 



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Mrs. Isabel Allen 
Physical Education 



Ms. Helene E. Andreassian 
Foreign Language 



Mrs. Shelia Archdeacon 
English 











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Foreign Language 



Dr. Alan Aymes 
Director of Science 



Mr. Peter Baldassari 
Business 





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Mrs. Julie Blanchard 
Art 



Mrs. Lotte Blustein 
Media Center 



Mrs. Catherine Boeglin 
Secretary Guidance 






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Mrs. Esther Brassard 
Director of Reading 



Mr. Louis Bruni 
Vocational 



Mr. Edward Burke 
Social Studies 



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Mr. James C. Callahan 
Director of Research and Development 







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Mrs. Marie Caloggero 
Secretary Junior House 



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Mrs. Margaret H. Campbell 
Special Education 






Mrs. Marion Campbell 
Secretary Sophomore House 



Mrs. Barbara A. Cappucci 
Science 



Mr. Thomas A. Cappucci 
Business 



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Mr. Robert Carbonneau 
Mathematics 




Mr. Louis Carcerano 
Vocational 




Mr. Adolph Caso 
Director of Bilingual Education 




Ms. Helen E. I astros 
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Mrs. Nancy Chaisson 
Business 



Mr. John H. Clifford 
Guidance 



Mrs. Janet Coen 
Career Education 









Mrs. Patricia Coffey 
Career Education 



Mr. Bernard Collins 
Business 



Ms. Elizabeth Collins 
Social Studies 





Mr. Richard Collins 
English 



Mr. Robert Conrad 
School Adjustment Counselor 




Mr. Vernon Cooke 
Vocational 





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Mrs. Lucille Cooper 
Secretary Guidance 



Ms. Evelyn Coppell 
Science 



Ms. Katherine Corcoran 
Guidance 




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Mr. Francis X. Curran 
Director of Guidance 



Ms. Cecelia Decola 
Business 



Mrs. Karen DeMauro 
Drama 






Ms. Katherine Devane 
English 



Mrs. Nancy K. Dobies 
Social Studies 



Mr. Edward Dollard 
Coordinator of Work Study 






Ms. Mariastella Dominijanni 
Foreign Language 



Mr. John Dorsey 
English 



Mr. Victor Doucet 
Vocational 






Mr. Daniel Doyle 
Business 



Mr. Thomas Dumas 



Mr. Roben I. I 
Din ctoi of Drama 



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Mrs. Elizabeth Ellis 
Nurse 



Mr. Edward English Jr. 
Mathematics 



Mr. John Faria 
Vocational 






Mr. Thomas Ferrante 
Music 



Mrs. Eugenia Fitzgerald 
Business 



Mrs. L. Jeanette Fitzgerald 
Bilingual 









Mrs. Marion Fitzpatrick 
Nurse 



Mr. Albert D. Flight 
Business Department Head 



Mr. Thomas Foley 
Mathematics 






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Mr. William Foley 
Physical Education 



Ms. Elizabeth S. Fryer 
Foreign Language 



Ms. Rosemary Geary 
English 






Ms. Sarah Giacalone 
Guidance 



Mr. Felix Giardina 
Assistant Director A . V . 



Ms. Kathleen Giorgio 
Home Economics 





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Ms. Patricia Gladysz 
Science 



Mr. Stephen Goodwin 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Carol Graceffa 
Science 






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Mr. John Graceffa 
Social Studies 



Mr. Stephen Grant 
Science 



Mr. Barry Gretsky 
Reading 









Mr. John Halle 
English 



Mr. Thomas M. Harkins 
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Mr. Will lam I Ian Ingti in 
Mathematics 



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Mr. Herrick Hawkins 
Health 



Ms. Elaine Hayes 
Mathematics 



Mr. Albert J. Healey 
English 






Mr. Charles Hertigan 
Vocational 



Mr. John R. Holihan 
Industrial Arts 



Ms. M. Karen Holland 
English 




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Mrs. Ellen Hoover 
English 



Mrs. Rita Hurley 
Secretary Senior House 



Ms. Margaret E. Irwin 
Home Economics 





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Mrs. Karen Janson 
English 



Mrs . Mary Johnson 
Director of Home Economics 




Mr. John Kadzis 
Mathematics 







Mr. David Kahn 
Science 



Mr. Calvin Kalishman 
Vocational 



Mrs. Roberta F. Kanarek 
Social Studies 





Mr. Alexander Kapamagian 
Vocational 



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Mr. Marcel K. Karian 
Foreign Language 




Mr. Gerald Katz 
Vocational 









Mrs. Anastasia Kef alas 
English 



Mrs. Mary C. Kellerman 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Monika Kennedy 
Foreign Language 





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Mr. Petei J. Kennedy 
Music 



Mrs. Julia ). Kerr 
Sciem 



Mrs. Amy Kom 
Home economics 



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Ms. Kathryn Kouray 
Physical Education 



Ms. Barbara Krysiak 
Director of English 



Mr. Henry LaRosee 
Industrial Arts 




Mr. William Lawler 
T. V. Center 






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Mr. John Lehane 
Vocational 




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Mr. Richard Lemay 
Mathematics 










Mr. Thomas Leverone 
Mathematics 



Mr. Sal Lombardi 
Director of Cafeteria 



Mr. Thomas Lynch 
Director of Mathematics 






250 Mr. Norman MacDonald 

Social Studies 



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Mrs. Phyllis MacDonald 
Secretary Main Office 




Mrs. June Maclure 
Career Education - Home Economics 




Mr. Michael W. Macy 
Social Studies 



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Mr. Richard Madden 
Guidance 




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Foreign Language 



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Home Economics 




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Mrs. Patricia Malenfant 
Foreign Language 





Mr. John Manzelh jr. 
Guidance 




Mr. Gerardo Mariano 
Bilingual 



Mr. Cedric R. Marsh 
Industrial Arts 



Mrs. Joan Martin 
Mathematics 




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. Ann Mason 
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Mrs. Eleanore McAllester 
Secretary Main Office 



Mrs. Barbara McCauley 
Secretary Principal 



Mr. John McClosky 
Vocational 




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Mr. John McCormack 

Mathematics 




Mr. John McDonald 
Industrial Arts 




Mr. James G. McDonnell 
Mathematics 







Ms. Nancy McGuire 
Social Studies 



Mr. Joseph McKinnon 
Vocational 



Mr. Richard McKnight 
Science 






252 Mrs. Virginia P. Meer 

English 



Mrs. Cecilia Misscri 
Business 



Mr. John Morrell 
Vocational 





Mr. Anthony J. Mrugala 
Guidance 



Mrs. Maria Navin 
Guidance 




Mr. Jerry Nelson 
Science 






Mr. Ralph Nelson 
Director of A . V . 



Ms. Claire Nolan 
Director of Physical Education 



Ms. Margaret Nolan 
Assistant Director of Guidance 






Mr. William A. Nolan 
Industrial Arts 



Mr. Peter F. Nyren 
Art 



Mr. Richard C. O'Neil 
Career Education 




Mr. David W. Opic 
Business 




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Mr. Anthony Palmerino 
Special Education 



Ms. Susan Parella 
English 



Mrs. Rita Persuitte 
Secretary Main Office 






Mr. Anthony Piantedosi 
Business 



Mrs. Helen Pilotte 
Business 



Mr. Beniamino Pizzi 
Foreign Language 






Mrs. Carol Poirier 
English 



Mr. Clifford Poirier 
Physical Education 



Mr. Thomas Procop 
Vocational 






254 Mr. Donald Prohovich 

Director of Athletics 



Mr. Timothy H. Reed 
Science 



Mrs. Marie Regan 
Bilingual 





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Science 



Mr. Saul Richman 
Director of Social Studies 



Mrs. Karen Robinson 
Science 









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Mr. Stephen Rourke 
Drama 



Mr. Daniel Sabatino 
Mathematics 



Mr. Hugo Santamaria 
Foreign Language 




Mr. Robert Schubert 
Coordinator of A.V. 





Mr. Salvatore Scimemi 
Vocational 





Mr. Constance B. Sgouros 
Art 



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Director of Art 



Mr. John j. bheehan 
Mathematics 



Mr. Robert Sheeney 
English 



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Mr. Gordon Sherburne 
English 



Ms. Ellen Shuman 
Business 



Mrs. Nina Skavenski 
Physical Education 



Ms. Charlotte Smith 
Special Education 







Mr. Leonard Sorin 
Physical Education 



Ms. Mary Beth Stanton 
English 



Mr. Ira Steinberg 
English 



Mr. Elwood Streeter 
Science 







Mr. Richard Sullivan 
Social Studies 



Mr. Terence Sweeney 
Mathematics 



Ms. Cornelia Sylvester 
School Adjustment Counselor 



Ms. Virginia Taccini 
Business 





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Mr. Roy Talanian 
Industrial Arts 



Mr. James Tedesco 
Director of Health 



Mr. B. Donald Thibault 
Foreign Language 



Paul V . Thorp 
Science 







Mr. Gerald Tierney 
English 



Mr. Joseph Tranchita 
English 



Mr. Joseph Travalini 
English 



Mr. Stephen Triatafel 
Director of Foreign Language 







Dr. Nicholas Tzimopoulos 
Science 



Mr. Anthony Vallely 
Mathematics 



Mr. George Viens 
Mathematics 



Mr. Harold Walker 
Social Studies 











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Mr. Richard Walsh 
English 



Mr. Charles Wayman 
Vocational 



Mrs. Esther Wiley 
Media Center 



Mrs. Lucy Windsor 
English 






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Mr. Henry Woronicz 
Physical Education 



Mr. Peter Yetten 
Physical Edu< ai lor 



Mr. Raymond Yetten 
Science Dcpi . 



Mr. William F. Young 
Mathematics 



The National Honor Society 



The National Honor Society is a r 
national high school organization 
which gives recognition to outstand- 
ing students on the basis of charac- 
ter, scholarship, leadership, and 
service. This organization founded 
in 1921 , has been sponsored through 
the years by the National Associa- 
tion of Secondary School Principals. 

This year the Waltham Chapter of 
the NHS was comprised of a group of 
sixty-three students. The majority 
of the members were formally 
inducted into the society on May 
26, 1977. 

The National Honor Society 
undertook many worthwhile projects 
inside and outside of school and its 
community. The group sponsored a 
Coffee Wagon during night school 
and a Bake Sale as part of their Fun- 
draising Activities. The most yield- 
ing of these activities was the sale 
of Bargain Boxes to high school stu- 
dents. This year's group sponsored 
the third Annual Toy Drive for the 




underprivileged of Waltham. Th 
members distributed toys and crafi 
to the Roberto Clemente Center 
Goodwill, and Fernald School i 
Waltham and also a large amount t 
the New England Home for Littl 
Wanderers . 

The most satisfying activity w< 
the Fernald School Volunteer Pro 
gram. A group comprised of mem 
bers and non- members worked wit 
residents from Dolan Hall. Ever 
other week the volunteers either ha 
a seasonal party, movies, games 
or some other worthwhile activit 
planned. The final function wit 
the Fernald School was a day-Ion 
trip to the Stoneham Zoo. 



Stephen De Vincent, President; 
Mullen, Secretary; Mr. Thomas 
vucci, Treasurer. 



Richard Dube, Vice-President; Judy 
Leverone, Faculty Advisor; Greg Sal- 




Induction 
Ceremonies 






May 26, 1977 



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The 
Honor 
Society 
At The 

Ice 
Capades 



On December 29 , 1976 the 
members of the National Honor 
Society brought foster children 
and orphans from the Nazareth 
Home in Jamaica Plain to view 
the Ice Capades at Boston 
Garden . The children ranged in 
ages from eight to twelve . Led 
by faculty advisor , Mr. Thomas 
Leverone , the group made their 
way through blizzard conditions 
to view the spectacular 
performances by Dorothy Hamill 
and other skating professionals . 






Drama Club 

Experimental 

Theatre 




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The 'Top Of The 
Morning Show" 

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TOP OF THE 

MORNING 






In today's mass media culture, 
Waltham High School has kept pace 
with technology. In 1977, the Televi- 
sion Center, under the direction of 
William Lawler offered a new concept 
in daily bulletins. 

TOP OF THE MORNING, co- 
anchored by John Kelly and Karen 
Aldred was presented live each morn- 
ing and brought, via television, into 
the hearts and homerooms of hundreds 
of students. 



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The Chess Team 

The chess team finished first in the Mid- 
dlesex League for the fourth year in a row, 
losing only one regular season match. The 
team's league record for 1973-1977 is 35-2- 
2. In post season play, the team won the 
Northeast Mass 5-man Regionals and the 5- 
man Invitational Tournament at Austin 
Prep. 

First board was junior Mark Goodwin, with 
senior captain Doug Lee second . Sophomore 
John Bourgeois and juniors Eric Patriquin and 
Joe Arena filled out the team . Advisors were 
Mr. George Viens and Mr. William F. 
Young of the math department. 




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Douglas Lee, Mark Goodwin, John Bourgeois, Joe Arena, Eric Patriquin. 






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Paris 

April 15-24 
La Belle 
France! 




Mmm, mmm, bon! 






Quest-ce que cest? 



I told you we should have turned left at the Champs Elysees! 




Typical French architecture. 



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Dylan's fine, but do you know "Melancholy Bebe' 



APRIL IN PARIS . . . 

Miss Andreassian and 9 WHS students went to Paris 
for 9 days in April. Celia, can I read your maga- 
zines? "Let's shortchange John's bed again?" Tom 
and Doreen are on the roof?! Mary, Hanna, Lois - 
time for Chuck's ANGEL'S PICTURES! But Irene 
wasn't always asleep. 4:00 - Time for Annemarie's 
short jokes and Hanna 's concave jokes! 








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Paris is for lovers! 




Anchor! awa) ! 



Ann Voir . 



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The 1977 

Class Officers 

President - Christopher Moran, Vice-President - Denise LeBlanc, 
Secretary - Francine Mirabile, Treasurer - Danny Romard. 



The 1977 
Student 



Council 
Officers 



Senior Class President - Christopher Moran, Student Council President - 
Karen Aldred, Advisor - Mr. Steve Grant, Treasurer - Nancy Huff, Sec- 
retary - Margie Faulstich, Vice-President - Patty Corcoran, Parliamenta- 
rian - Anne Power. 




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Latin 
Club 










Boys 7 Intramural 
Basketball 




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269 



Homeroom 210 




FIRST ROW: Ginnette Arsenault , Jackie Aniello, Mr. Paul Thorp, Linda Arsenault, Debbie Ansara. SECOND ROW: Danny Anihony, Hec- 
tor Arnez, Santos Aria, Richard Anderson, Steve Algeri. 



2/0 



Homeroom 211 




FIRST ROW: Bonnie Besso , Audrey Baron, Leah Battaglino, Diane Aiello, Leda Babin, Ruth Becker, Jackie Bauer. SECOND ROW: Pam 
Babineau, Pam Barden, Sal Barba, Lisa Aversa, Vera Barlit, Mrs. Barbara Mathews. THIRD ROW: Werner Baburins, Parker Bailey, Vinny 
Beaudoin, Ed Aucoin, Gerry Aucoin. 



271 




Homeroom 212 




FIRST ROW: Preston Boudreau, Robyn Bisson, Muriel Boucher, Laraine Bogosian, Lynne Besso, Joan Bonica, Dave Belliveau. SECOND 
ROW: Don Biron, Mike Botte , David Bennett, Chris Bella, Paul Boudreau, Mr. John McCormick. 



272 



Homeroom 215 




FIRST ROW: Lina Campos, Shelia Casella, Lynn Campana, Patty Caramanica. SECOND ROW: James Caramsalidis, Joe Cannistraro, 
Frank Carpentino, BobCalnan, Brett Cappadona , Brian Carme, Billy Cameron. 



273 



Homeroom 216 




FIRST ROW: Donna Colantino, Antoinette Cincotta , Val Centola , Lynn Cercone , Karen Clark, Linda Coates, Cheryl Coffey. SECOND 
ROW: Reginald Cesar, Bob Concetti, Paul Cincotta, Stephen Clarke, Mark Chartier, Mr. Richard LeMay. 



274 



Homeroom 217 




FIRST ROW: Charlotte Cristofori , Sue Cormier, Debby Cormier, Kathy Coughlin, Dora Copolla, Sue Coughlin, Kathy Conran , Patty 
Corcoran, Paul Contos. SECOND ROW: Kevin Coxall, Dave Costa, Dickie Collins, Dan Cormier, Paul Corbett , Ed Cousineau, Laura 
Cooper, Kathy Corliss, Peter Cormier, Sean Corcoran. 



275 



Homeroom 218 




FIRST ROW: Cindy Cullen, Susan Dan, Andrea Dahl , Nancy DeFelice, Rita DellaPace, Lucia D'Angio, Theresa Daddona, Mary Daly. 
SECOND ROW: Ricky Davis, Kenny Cummings, Robert Delaire, Steve Dagle , Bobby Cusick, Tom Cusano. 



276 



Homeroom 220 




FIRST ROW: Denise Dennett, Jeanne Diettrich, Roberta DiBacco, Louise Demeo, Anne Marie DiMasi, Michelle Derviss, Donna DeProfio. 
SECOND ROW: Tony D'Amore, Stephen Demeo, Neil Dineen, Nick Dileso, George Doherty, Arthura DeRusha, Bernard Doiron, Len 
DiMaggio, Bob Devane, Steve De Vincent. 



277 



Homeroom 225 



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FIRST ROW: Judy English, Cathi Faramelli, Chris Faramelli, Diane Fenton, Robin Fitzsimmons, Joyce Floyd, Tammy Fallo. SECOND 
ROW: Anthony Ferrara , Dickie Fennelly, Michael Favre, Dan Feehily, Bryan Floyd, Mr. Joseph Tranchita. 



278 



Homeroom 228 




FIRST ROW: Kim Foskin, Diane Fronduto, Jean Gallant, Suzanne Gailius, Cindy Gamble. SECOND ROW: Paul Gagnon, Jack Garrity 
Tom Furdon, David Gamble, Sieve Gaiser. 



279 



Homeroom 241 




FIRST ROW: Betty Harris, Lisa Hickey, Camille Guadagnini, Hanna Griff, Chris Hays, Carol Holston, Diane Guidebeck. SECOND ROW: 
Barbara Hines, Thomas Harte, Mark Hachey, Michael Higgins, Joy Hallowell, Richard Hannigan, Audrey Headley, Bobby Crenier, Paul 
Harriman, Dave Hassett, Dave Gullotti. 



280 



Homeroom 245 




FIRST ROW: Sandy Larkin , Barbie Lawton, Theresa LeBlanc, Judy Lazaro, Jane Kerivan, Denise LeBIanc, Carol Latorre. SECOND ROW: 
Mr. Paul Cerqua, Donald LeBlanc, Bob LeBlanc, John Langley, Terrence LeBlanc, Anthony Lombardo, John Lavery, Phyllis Leeper. 



281 



Homeroom 272 




Kiki Voulgaropoulos, Leslie Walsh, Susan Walsh, Jimmy Ward. 



282 



Homeroom 266 




FIRST ROW: Joanne Sabetti, Jackie Seafidi, Paula Santangelo, Jane Ryberg. SECOND ROW: Danny Romard, Lisa Rosi, Liz Russo, Greg 
Salvucci. 



283 




Homeroom 271 




FIRST ROW: James Thompson, Huberte Thibodeau, Mary Judith Tierney, Terry Turlick, Deidre Thompson, Tina Treggiari, Patty Treg- 
lia, Patty Tortorella, John Trudeau. SECOND ROW: Tom Thibodeau, Steve Tully, George Toumayan, Mike Tiano, Dave Valdanbrini, 
Kevin Tuttle. 



284 



Homeroom 275 




FIRST ROW: Elaine Zadrozny, Brenda Wong, Karen Yorston, Celia Yung, Irene Wong. SECOND ROW: Kim White, Michael White, Tom 
Wrynn, Jean Yobaccio. 



285 



Homeroom 240 




FIRST ROW: Tricia Gisbourne, Debbie Giusti, Jackie Gould. SECOND ROW: Raymond Goguen, Ronny Gicka, James 
Gaudet, Ronny Gilberto, Gary Gleason, Del Gokey. 



Homeroom 244 




FIRST ROW: Mary Kish, Elaine Knox, Jane Kelley, Janice LaFort. SECOND ROW: Mark LaForrest, Dave Kilmain, 
Joseph Lacci, Tom King, Tom Kehoe , Alan Kennen, John Kerr. 



286 



Homeroom 249 




FIRST ROW: Siobham McGillicudy, Karen Maynes, Mary Lynn McBride, Judy McAlpine, Mary McDonald, Leslie 
McDonald. SECOND ROW: Mary McGinty, Peter Mastrogiannis , Peter Martin, Mark Mazzarini, Mario Martin, Pierre 
Martin , Mark Matteson , Rosemary Maynes . 



Homeroom 261 




FIRST ROW: Chris Moynihan , LindaO'Connell , MaryAnn Noone, Elaine Noonan, Anne Moschnor, Cynthia Moran, Roberta 
Muise. SECOND ROW: Robert Najarian, David Nasco, Therese O'Connell, Amy Ngwisha, Shannon Murphy, John Nix. 



287 



Homeroom 262 







FIRST ROW: Kathy O'Mara, Carol O'Rourke, Ann Ormand, Karen Murphy. SECOND ROW: Hilary Olivo, Bob Oullette, 
Curt O'Hara, Doug Olney, Mickey Olivo, Richard Oliver. 



Homeroom 263 




288 



FIRST ROW: Lynn Perrie, Susan Poldoin, Michelle Pelletier, Andrea Pavone, Anne Power, Sharon Pelletier, Terry 
Place. SECOND ROW: Pam Penton, Sandy Parker, Karen Pichette. THIRD ROW: Dave Pettingill, Nick Powers, Jim 
Poirier, Jim Petigrew, Ricky Pierce. 



Homeroom 026 




FIRST ROW: Brenda West, Carla Wilson, Diane Wilcox, Mimi Yung, Cheryl Williams. SECOND ROW: Eddy Yow, Peter Womersley, 
Craig Williamson, Nick Yeneff , Joseph Welsch. 



289 




"The bells will be held this morning 



Homeroom 111 




Mr. Rourke, Tom Babigian, Jan Baillargeon, William Aucoin, Steve Barnard, Paul 
Babin, Lorraine Bailey, Paula Aucoin, Kathy Barry, Sheril Bailey, Georke Beck, Diane 
Baker, Ed Barmakian. 




290 



Homeroom 122 




FIRST ROW: Robin Coulter, Marie Conii , Nancy Corcoran, Carol Corcoran, Denise Cormier, Ann Cormier, Michelle Cormier, Doris 
Conzo. SECOND ROW: Linda Collette, Peter Collins, John Conneney, Rocco Collura, Bill Costello, Mark Corliss, Linda Cottone. 



291 



Homeroom 176 




FIRST ROW: Carol Prescott, Marie Pietre , Donna Pitts, Dorrie Powers, Barbara Piacentino, Patty Patterson. SECOND ROW: Kevin Pink- 
ham, Steve Powderly, Ernest Poirier, Roger Poulin, Kevin Pratt, Billy Pilon, Bill Plumber, Donna Pettengill, Mr. Richard O'Neil, Flor- 
ence Pettigrew, Michelle Pineau, Anne Pinzone. 



292 



Homeroom 197 




FIRST ROW: Robin Vittum . Laura Vaglica, Genine Walsh, Mary Waddick. SECOND ROW: Gary Vallerand, Billy Walker, Steve Waite 
Constantine Tsazazus, Constantinos Voulgaropolus, Wayne Vateresian. 



293 



Homeroom 110 




FIRST ROW: Sandy Aldred , Linda Anastas, Margie Annecchiarico, Nancy Aucion, Nina Attardo, Wendy Aucion, Mary 
Aucion. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ann Mason, David Aucion, Bob Allen, Joe Arena, Jeff Aucion, Reynaldo Aliseo, Anthony 
Antico, Greg Aborn. 



Homeroom 022 




294 



FIRST ROW: Mary Devane , Laurie Davis, Kathy Desantis, Cindy DiBacco, Sally Deprofio, Ellen Devaux, Darlene Defl- 
ice, Carol Demello. SECOND ROW: Miss Julie Blanchard, Nick Diciaccio, Mark Digregory, David Delaney, Tom Del- 
ancy, Lui Digiusto, Alan Deamicis, Bruce Farago, Gervias Deveau. THIRD ROW: Greg Demeo, Raymond Denault, 
Billy Delore, Randv Demeo. 



Homeroom 113 




FIRST ROW: Jeanette Boudrot, Michelle Boudreau, Denise Boisseau, Denise Bonatti, Karen Blenhorn, Carol Bergeron. SEC- 
OND ROW: Steve Bonica, John Benolami, Billy Bedigian, Paul Boisseau, Donald Boudrot, Eddie Biggins. 



Homeroom 117 




FIRST ROW: Martina Calnan, Arknc Carole, Diann. I am . Lisa Caruso, Linda I lluci i, Gretchen i ameron, Barbara 
Call. SECOND ROW: Mario Cavallaro, Peti i < acci, Billy Callahan, Arthur i asavam, Paul Carney, Roberi Carberry. 
THIRD ROW: Mike Cain, Mr. Ira Steinberg, Anthony Costello. 



295 



Homeroom 121 




FIRST ROW: Chris Clasby , Linda Chase, Kim Cloukey, Doreen Champagne. SECOND ROW: Karen Cincotta , Pam Chip- 
man, Darlene Chamberlain, Cheryl Charbonneau, Linda Cetrano. 



Homeroom 125 




FIRST ROW: Mary Coyle, Ann Cronin, Yvette Daigle, Rosalie Cottone . Debra Darcy, Maureen Cummings, Peggy 
Crossman, Ann D'Amico, Danny Davis, Donald Dellure, Russ Crane , Tom Coye. 



296 



Homeroom 128 




FIRST ROW: Danny Doherty, John Driscoll , David Doherty, Sal DeStefeno. SECOND ROW: Bernice Doucette , Michelle 
Dubriel, Regina Donahue, Janet Doherty, Theresa Dion, Debbie Driscoll, Laura DiLuca, Bernie Doucette, Karen 
Dimattia, MaryDuddy. 



Homeroom 140 




FIRST ROW: Holly Dwyer, Lynn Dunbrack, Lynn Eccles, Kim Eagan, Sherr) I till SE< 01 \ Mark Eagan, Bob 

Fa , Scoti Dunlop . Bob 1 dry . 



297 



Homeroom 142 




FIRST ROW: Monica Fitzgerald, Stacey Gallagher, Joanna Ferrara, Mary Ann Gagnon, Dottie Farraher, Lori Fenton , 
Maureen Gallagher, Barbie Fournier. SECOND ROW: Kim Ferriera, Patrick Fitzgerald, Mark Forster, Tom Finney, Don 
Feeney, Mr. James G. McDonnell. 



Homeroom 144 




FIRST ROW: Diane Glawson, Debbie Gallant, Michelle Gaynor, Lori Gallo, Charlene Goguen, Moniquc Gautreau. 
SECOND ROW: John Gomes, Richard Gemelli , Danny Goldstein, Mark Giangrande, Ms. Peggy Irwin. 



298 



Homeroom 146 




FIRST ROW: Linda Griffin, Susan Grubbs, Mary Gulledge, Joyce Hagg, Sandra Hancock. SECOND ROW: Glen Goyette , 
Ralph Griggs, Tim Goode, John Hanlon, Joe Guigno, Mr. George Viens, Bob Gross, Wayne Grumney, Phil Goulding, 
Mark Goodwin, Dave Halstead, John Graziosi. 



Homeroom 148 




TIRST ROW: Karen Hough, Mrs. fun< Mar inn . Carol Hession. SE< i WD Ri »\ i taig Heffron, David Hobson, lohn Harring 
ton, I'homai Han, Kevin Hart, Donald Hansen, Mark Hayden. 



299 



Homeroom 152 




FIRST ROW: Brenda Imhoff, Ann Imhoff, Sue James, Sandy Hynes, Denise Jaillet, Ellen Kaitz. SECOND ROW: Mr. 
William' F. Young, Steve Jenks, Chris Jacobs, Boblannetti, Ken Kaloostian, Dave Johnson , Chris Johnson . 



Homeroom 154 




300 



FIRST ROW: Susan Kiejzo, Susan Kenncy, Jill Lamacchia, Karyn Kemp, Loyce Lacava, Cindy Kilo)', Sandra Kershaw. 
SECOND ROW: Cindy Kaupelis, Peter LaBranche , Richard Kennedy, Robert Krinp,, Mary Kasper, Eric Kaufman. Mary 
Jean Kelly. THIRD ROW: Joseph Kehoe , Paul LaBranche, Pat Kelly. 



Homeroom 161 




FIRST ROW: Emelia LeBlanc, Claire LeBlanc, Cheryl LeBlanc, Karen Lanergan, Beth Levey. SECOND ROW: Eddie 
Leger, Camille LeBlanc, Richard Lemont, Micheal Landry, Larry LeBlanc. 



Homeroom 165 




FIRST ROW; Cheryl LeBlanc, Uisala MacKenzie, Maria Lombard!, Kelly Maguire, Maryannc Lopez, Adina Llttel, 
Jeanne McDonald. SECOND ROW: David, Mike Lloynd, Gary Lupin. Judy Lisa. 



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Homeroom 171 




FIRST ROW: Jackie Maron, Chris McNulty, Patty McKenna, Kathy McGovern, Kristin McCluskey, Nancy McManus, 
Susan McCarthy. SECOND ROW: Kathy McGann, Jack McCarter, Billy Mazzarini, Kevin McLaughlin, Kenny Meliones, 
Leo McCauley, Shelia McCallum. THIRD ROW: Barry McPherson, Mike Mahoney, Shawn McLaughlin, Mark 
McAlpine. 



Homeroom 172 




FIRST ROW: Mary Jo Mula, Gina Millian, June Mouradjian, Lisa Morizio, Janet Moses, Maryann McNamara. SECOND 
ROW: John Monette, Mike Murphy, Danny Murgo, Brian Moore. 



302 



Homeroom 173 




FIRST ROW: Patty Nix, Kathy Neilson, Carol O'Halloran, Sarah O'Brien, Beth O'Hara, Jane Olivo, Valerie Norton. 
SECOND ROW: Jeff Nocera, Charlie O'Brien, John Nocera, Jay Nestor, Ken Nardone. 



Homeroom 175 




FIRST ROW: Marianne Papia, Debbie Peras, Emily Pagnani , Linda Penuzzi, Kim Pelrce, Donna Penezic, Cindy Perry 
Man'beth olson. SE< OND ROW: Vlnnie Paollcelli, Bill Oliva, Sieve O'Neil, Luigi Orsogna, Rod O'Neil, Patty Perry 
Ted Penezic, Joe Orlando, Carol Olson, lohnOlney, Bonnie Ouellette. 



303 



Homeroom 187 




FIRST ROW: Denise Sabatino, Helen Rufo, Andrea Scali, Lisa Scammon, Barbara Russo, Cynthia Rogers, Audrey Saul- 
nier, Margaret Rooney. SECOND ROW: Harold Rogers, Joseph Salamone, Philip St. Germain, Mark Rosolko, Glenn 
Savoy, Jimmy Saulnier, Donald Russo, Anthony Scalzi. 



Homeroom 188 




FIRST ROW: Laurel Somerville, Cathy Spencer, Robin Seaholm, Irene Serval, Laura Soderholm, Donna Simonian. 
SECOND ROW: George Sergi , Gary Smith, Kevin Smith, James Simeone , John Spindler, Ms. Elaine Hayes. 



304 



Homeroom 189 




FIRST ROW: Lisa Strazzullo, Anne Tirone. SECOND ROW: Chuck Surette, James Tracey, Steven Taranto, Albert 
Testa . 



Homeroom 310 




FIRST ROW: Nancy White, Janice Wilson, Lory Zottolo, Ninoska Welch, Becky Wong, Janet Zagwyn, Wendy Wilson, 
Susan Zottola. SECOND ROW: Roger Wong, Bill Wolaszek, Jack Watson, Kenny Wynn, Mark Wescott, Jeff Wrynn, Joe 
Zaia, Scott Way land . 



305 



Homeroom 320 




FIRST ROW: Elizabeth O'Neil, Mary Ann Oliveri, Rosemaria Pasquali, Beth Park, Kathy Palmer, Ann Owens, Eileen 
O'Reilly, Jean Pantanella. SECOND ROW: Matthew Orlando, Paul Pavone, Ernie Peirce, David Parrella, Owen Olivo, 
Bill Pelletier, Steve Ottaviano. 



Homeroom 340 




Kenny Leger, Janet Logue, Laurie Lewis, Joe LeBreton, Jimmy Livingston. 



306 



Homeroom 341 




FIRST ROW: Nancy Landry, Donna Lane, Gerri Lawton, Linda LaRosa, Cindy Jones. SECOND ROW: David Josephson, Joe 
Langley, SeanLally, Jay Joyce, Mike Lamattina . 



Homeroom 344 




FIRST ROW: Jean Keefe, Barbara Hurley, Donna Kass, Ann Jannoni, Laurie Russo, Nancy Hyland. SECOND ROW: Tim 
Hodder, Eddie Holston, John Hovsepian, Sieve Holland, Eric Kazanjian, Tommy Kean, Kurt Jahrlin. 



307 



Homeroom 354 




FIRST ROW: Sonig Hagopian, Sherrie Hakar, Gian Harnett, Jane Gullotti, Kim Harnett, Cheryl Gulledge. SECOND 
ROW: Mark Hanlon, David Hapenny, David Haak, Bill Grinnell, Mike Han, Russell Hachey, Mr. Eld wood Streeter. 
THIRD ROW: Peter Hanlon, Russell Hammond, Derek Grimes. 



Homeroom 361 




308 



FIRST ROW: Nancy Giles, Darlene Giles, Denise Goguen, Judy Goudas, Audrey Godin, Donna Gray, Joan Glynn, 
Susan Genova, Denis Goguen. SECOND ROW: Jim Garvin, Goldsmith, Peggy Geppert, Jimmy Giardina, Ron Gowdy, 
Lenny Gavin. THIRD ROW: John Gisiger, Terry Goguen, Jeff Garvin, John Guisti. 



Homeroom 362 




FIRST ROW: Debbie Gamble, Mary Anne Fox, Carol Fronduto, Brenda Gallant, Maryclare Foster, Donna French. SEC- 
OND ROW: Billy Gardiner, Vinnie Finamore, Jim Fagan, Brian Fogg, Maria Fragale, Bill Flanagan, Heidi Gaiser, Joe 
Fournier, Danny Garrigan, John Galvin. 



Homeroom 363 




FIRST ROW: Jane Dunbar, Barbara Doucette, Dawn Fernald, AnneMarie Duffy, Lynn Fechily, Cheryl Fenton, Cheryl 
Edgerly, Joanne Dohcrty. SECOND ROW: Roland Duprcz, Jerry Doucette, Scott Downing, John Duffy, Paul Ferguson, 
Mark Ferracane, Kenny Fenton, Jimmy Doyle. 



309 



Homeroom 369 




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FIRST ROW: Mary Caramanica, Mary Castelli, Karen Casella, Shelia Carme, Gail Casavant, Teresa Caramsalidis, 
Florence Castellana. SECOND ROW: Valerie Chaprales, Robert Casella, Carl Chen, John Cercone, Craig Carson, Larry 
Chiango, David Carr, Lori Chase. THIRD ROW: John Caruso, Mike Caruso, Guy Chico, Mark Centola. 



Homeroom 371 




FIRST ROW: Margaret Byrd , Julie Bussiere , Julie Cappadona , Claudia Canepari, Antonietta Caci, Elaine Callahan, 
Nancy Butler, Angela Cannavino. SECOND ROW: Billy Burns, Ed Callahan, James Caissie, Billy Butler. 



310 



Homeroom 328 




FIRST ROW: Marjorie Lombardo, Christine MacArthur, Christine Mahoney, Betty Lyons, Mary Luvisi. SECOND ROW: Ed Lyons, Brenda 
Lyons, Lori MacNeil, Susan MacDonald, Karen Lussier, Tim MacHado, Mr. Richard McKnight. 



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Greer's Sea Foods 
353 Trapelo Rd. 
Belmont, Mass. 

Guaranty- First Trust Co. 
600 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Guthrie Lumber Co . 
187 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Paul D. Kelly Sales, Inc. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Keyes Associates 
267 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Kirsch Real Estate & Insurance 
550 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Kiwanis Club 
Waltham, Mass. 

Levin's 

22 Lexington St . 

Waltham, Mass. 

Lexington St . Car Wash 
209 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Lions Club 
Waltham, Mass. 



J. M. Ehwa 

15 Lexington Terr. 

Waltham, Mass. 

Electro Contracting & Services Corp. 
129 Russell St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Elks Lodge BPOE 
Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Embassy Trophy Co. , Inc. 
479 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Emil's Texaco 
825 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Euclid Construction 
Overland Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Farm Bureau 
Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Flynn & Flynn, Esqs. 
411 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Hanlon's Shoes 
484 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Hewlett Packard 
175 Wyman St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Hilcrest 
Bear Hill Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Honeywell Information Systems Inc . 
200 Smith St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Johnson Jewelers 
653 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Jordan's Furniture 
289 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Francis J. Joyce & Sons, Inc. 
552 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Thomas A. Joyce & Co. 
135 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Our Advertisers 



Lou's Hairstyling 
572 South St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Lyons Home Decorating Center, Inc, 
386 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Tom Lyons 
Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Main Oil Co. 
205 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Main St. Auto Body 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

C. Malone Trucking 
Newton St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Manero Caterers Co. , Inc. 
16 Fountain St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Marcou Jewelers 
3 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



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McDonald's of Waltham 
289 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

McDonald's of Waltham 
Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

McKenzie Travel Service Inc. 
194 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

John P. McQueen Insurance Agency, 

Inc. 
530 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Mendelsohn's 
469 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Middlesex Family Co-op Bank 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Mister Donut 
Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Mr. Formal 

1097 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

Mr. Peter's 
442 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Morreal Sewing Machine Center 
122-132 High St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Moose Lodge 
17 Spruce St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Muldoon Studio 
698 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Mullaney's Pharmacy 
463 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Multipane of New England 
144 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

David J. Murray 

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55 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Mutual Bank for Savings 
256 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

My Way Cafe 
Prospect St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

National Honor Society 
Waltham High 
Waltham, Mass. 

North Beacon Mobil 
70 No. Beacon St. 
Watertown, Mass. 

Northgate Construction Corp . 
460 Totten Pond Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 

O'Brien & Johnson 
178 Forbes Rd. 
Braintree, Mass. 

O' Toole the Florist, Inc. 
719 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Paino Lacava R.T. 
460 Totten Pond Rd. 
Waltham, Mass. 

The Party Nook Inc . 
36 Spruce St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Patty's Donuts 
223 High St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Peripheral Maintenance Associates 

Inc. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Polaroid Corp. 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Purdy Van Tine Studios 
661 Boylston St. 
Boston, Mass. 

Queen Cleaners 
266 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

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M. F. Reynolds, Inc. 
67 Kent St. 
Brookline, Mass. 

R&F Coins and Stamps 
33 Robert Ford Rd . 
Watertown, Mass. 

Ricci Farms 
659 Trapelo Rd . 
Waltham, Mass. 

Walter W . Richardson Inc . 
104 Calvary St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Ritchey's Sea Foods 
560 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

River St. Market 
River St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

J . F . & F . I . Robinson Insurance 
55 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Roger's Pharmacy 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Rotary Club 
Waltham, Mass. 

Rudy's Landscape 
93 Marivista Ave. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Russo Art Studios 
333 Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Sal's Pizza & Subs 
470A Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

The Scafidi Family 
3 Pearl St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Seiler's 

153 Second Ave. 

Waltham, Mass. 

Senior Class 
Waltham High 
Waltham, Mass. 



Advertisers 



Shawmut Community Bank 
Moody St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Standard Electric Supply Co . 
1339 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Student Council 
Waltham High 
Waltham, Mass. 

Sylvania Technical School 
63 Second Ave . 
Waltham, Mass. 



Vincent's Health Spa 
560 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Wal-lex Recreation Center 
800 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Walsh's Funeral Home 
High St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Bus Co . 
215 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Waltham Publishing Co . 
18 Pine St . 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Sea Foods 
699 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Sons of Italy 
99 Cedar St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Supermarket 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Tandy Leather 
922 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Taylor Publishing Co . 
West Mockingbird Lane 
Dallas, Texas 

Taylor Rental 
1395 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Tayter's 

118 Calvary St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

Tony's Spa 

47 Lexington St. 

Waltham, Mass. 

Brenton E. Tyler Insurance Agency, 

Inc. 
692 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

U.S. Army Recruiting 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

U.S. Marine Recruiting 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

V.F.W. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Village Market 
588 South St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Waltham Custodian's Association 
School Department 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Educator's Association 
School Department 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Federal Savings 
716 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Fire Department 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Glass 
1159 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham High School Cheerleaders 
Basketball-Football-Hockey 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Insurance Center Inc . 
677 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Meat Shop, Inc. 
Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Optical 
190 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Police Department 
Lexington St. 
Waltham, Mass. 



Waltham Telephone Answering 
Service 

25 Grant St . 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Travel, Inc. 
682 Main St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Waltham Women Cafeteria Workers 
School Department 
Waltham, Mass. 

West End Chevrolet 
South St . 
Waltham, Mass. 

The White Family 
Waltham, Mass. 

R. S. Wilder 

26 Bedford St. 
Waltham, Mass. 

Yolanda 

355 Waverly Oaks Rd . 

Waltham, Mass. 



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Clyde Joslyn 
Edward Frye 
Eleanor Bachell 
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THE WALTHAM KIWANIS CLUB 

offers sincere good wishes to the class of 1 977 
and salutes the recipients of the Kiwanis Scholarships now and through the years. 



Class of 1977 



Class of 1976 



Class of 1975 




Class of 1974 



Daniel Anthony 

Daniel Neff - Vocational 

Curtis O'Hara 

John Russo - Vocational 

Paula Allia 

Paul Biondo - Vocational 

Douglas Milinazzo 

John Walsh - Vocational 

Thomas Antonellis - Vocational 

Paul J. Delaney - Vocational 

Frederick Hurley Jr. 

(Memory of Frederick Hurley Sr.) 

Sharon Aspinwall 

William Aucoin - Vocational 

Thomas Cedrone - Vocation? 1 



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Class of 1972 

Class of 1971 
Class of 1970 
Class of 1969 



Francis Domurat 

Mary O'Reilly 

Stephen Quinn - Vocational 

Martin Edmunds 

Anthony Fagone - Vocational 

Marvin Griff 

Stephen Mozie - Vocational 

George Faulkner - Vocational 

Carol Merrits 

Scott Tower 

Jay Bailey - Vocational 

Jeannette McCarthy 

Robert Mazzone - Vocational 

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MEETING 2ND AND 4TH THURSDAYS 
WALTHAM 54, MASS. 



Congratulations and best wishes to all the 1 977 graduates of Waltham High School, and may the years ahea< 

bring you every success, from the Post and Auxiliary Officers. 



Commander 

James Goddard 



President 

Rita Francis 



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Nick Ragno 

Jr. Vice Commander 
Lenny Farrell 

Quartermaster 

Louis Cannistraro 

Chaplain 

Robert Nichols 

Surgeon 

Joseph McDonald 

Judge Advocate 

Charles Kelley 

Trustees 

Charles Steele 
Clyde Yeo 
Robert Lahey 

Adjutant 

Ray Leonard 




Sr . Vice President 
Phyllis Rogers 

Jr. Vice President 
Jo Ann Herold 

Treasurer 

Hulda Auld 

Chaplain 

Betty Hyland 

Conductress 

Cindy Nichols 

Guard 

Eleanor Pelletier 



Trustees 

Jane Gillis 
Pat Ravesi 
Rosella Abel 

Secretary 

Ginger Sykes 



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You learn w iih them and from them. In the Ai mj 
yon meet people from verj different backgrounds 
than your own People from big cities, and small 
country towns. I he ^rmy is a good plact tocon 
tinue your education, because it's a good place to 
share ideas.' 

Reggie Home is a soldiei at Fori Lewis, 
Washington. He's also a student in Psycholog) 

"Starting college in the Anm is a spei ial 
challenge because ol the extra demands on \ 
stamina and time. Hut foi me, the idea ol being on 
m\ own, gelling m\ education on mj own. and 
feeling myscll change in ways thai I like thai was 
prett) ex( iting'.' 

It you enlisi in ioda\ 's Army, you can siai t 
college oi vocational technical school at the 
same time. Through 
Project AHMAD 
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for a high school senior 
to join the Marines. 



Be quick. Act fast. Join 
now. We have good jobs. And 
a way for you to go after 
them, even though you're 
still in high school. It's our 
Delayed Entry Program. It 
means exactly what it says. 
A senior can sign up today, 




and not begin training until 
after graduation. You even get 
enough time to take a great 
summer vacation if you want. 



Go Regular. If you qualify, we 
can guarantee you training in 
exciting fields like aviation 
technology, aircraft mainte- 
nance/ordnance, mechanical/ 
electrical, motor transport, 
radio communications, 
and more. 

Go Reserve. You could get 
the same kind of exciting 



Whichever way you go, 
get to us early, before the 
graduation rush. Before our 
quotas fill up. 

And remember this: It 
won't be easy. We are the 
Marines. An elite force. Our 
ranks are small, and we intend 
to stay that way. We're not 
looking for everybody. Just a 




training, and then return to 
hometown service one week- 
end a month and summer 
duty two weeks each year. It's 
a great part-time job with 
full-time pride. 




few good men with ambition, 
energy, determination. And 
brains. Men who'll make 
good Marines. 

For more information mail 
the card or call 800-423-2600, 
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If there be any truer measure of a man than by what he does, it must be by what he gives. 




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Congratulations and Best Wishes 

to the 

Class of 1977 

Where Beautiful Lifestyles Begin 
• Fashion Salon 

• Health Salon 

• Beauty Salon 
Telephone 

Waltham, Mass. 02154 899-6470- 

Tues.-Thurs. 9-9 899-6471 

Wed.-Fri.-Sat. 9-6 899-6577 



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Friends of Wal+ham High 



Barry J. Agranat DMD 
Sydney J. Allman MD 
Peter Beer MD 
Douglas E. Butman MD 
Joseph J. Caravaglio MD 
Lynn D . Chaffee MD 
John R. Craig MD 
Parviz Darviche DMD 
Vincent P. A. Failla DMD 
Sanford D . Hecht MD 
Hector M . Martin MD 
Saul Markowitz MD 
John C. McNamara MD 
Joseph F . Merola MD 
John L. Morrison MD 
Florentino P. Pina MD 
John J . Ryan MD 
Francis X . Shea DMD 
Lawrence T . Shields MD 
Leonard B . Shulman DMD 
Ralph P. Tarullo DMD 
Twinbrook Surgical Associates 
M. Clay Vaughan MD 
Joseph A . Zadrozny MD 



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Class of 1977 

From 



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Waltham , Mass. 







Carpentry 

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Free Estimates 





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Barbara Ann Bakery 





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Waltham, Ma 




Coleman and Sons 




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"Congratulations Class of 1977" 



Waltham Federal Saving: 
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"Where You Save Does Make a Difference" 





716 Main Street 894-6810 Waltham 

No. Waltham Office -»90 Lexington Street 

716 Main Street, Waltham 

Concord Office Weston Office 

02 Sudbury Road 415 Boston Post Rd . 






Best of Luck 
Class of 1977 



Mr. Firma 



1097 Lexingtor 
Waltham, Mass. 








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Our Very Best Wishes 

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Waltham 

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175 Wyman Street 
Waltham 



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Mobile Self Service Canteen Trucks 




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154 Newtoii St. • Waltham, Mass. 



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Congratulations Cgass of '77 

Best Wishes for Happiness 

and Success in the Future 



MARCOU JEWELERS 



3 Moody St. 
Waltham 




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628 Trapelo Road 

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Waltham, MA 



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Compliments of the 

Farm Bureau 
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Lawn and Garden Supplies 




Happy Feet Wear 




Han Ion's 




Congratulations 

to the Class of 1977 

From 



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Systems, Inc. 





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15 Lexington Terrace 
Waltham, Ma. 02154 



894-2050 




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Robert B. Johnson Co. 
Jewelers 





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Main Oil Co. 



205 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Ma. 02154 




For the Finest in Fabrics 



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22 Lexington St . 
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Wash 



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Bill and Gary Mackenzie 

Former Waltham High Graduates 

209 Lexington St. 
Waltham, MA 02154 




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Headquarters of Panasonic Home 
Entertainment and Columbia Bikes 



Lexington St. 
Waltham 



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386 Moody Street 
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Telephone: 893-1: 
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Cooperative 

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Manufacturers Representative 




Telephones 
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893-2760 




Office and Showroor 
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Waltham, Mass. 0215 




Mutual Bank 



for Savings 




256 Moody St. 
Waltham, Ma, 
02154 




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My Way Cafe 



Prospect St. 
Waltham 



Prop.: Dick Bourqu 





O'Toole Florist 



719 Main St, 
Waltham 






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PERIPHERAL MAINTENANCE 
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117 Perry St., Lowell, Mass. 01852 




36 Spruce St. 
Waltham 





Ricci Farms 



659 Trapelo Rd. 
Waltham 




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190 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Ma. 02154 



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Greer's Sea Foods 



353 Trapelo Road 
Belmont, Ma. 

484-9000 





R. S. Wilder, Inc. 



26 Bedford St. 
Waltham 




Blue 

Ribbon 

Dairy 



Bedford, MA 



Compliments of 



Adams-Russell Co., Inc. 





Alfredo's 



Best Wishes 
From 



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of 



Artisan Industries 



River St. 
Market 







Mullaney's 
Pharmacy 




Phone: 0934445 



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HAIRSTYLIST 



442 Moody St. 
Woftham, Mass. 02145 



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North 

Beacon 

Mobil 



70 No. Beacon St. 
Watertown, Ma. 
02172 

Automatic Car Wash 
Full Service 
Discount Prices 



Guthrie Lumber 
Company 




Lou's Hairstyling 



187 Lexington St. 
Waltham, Ma. 





572 South St. 
Waltham 




J.F.&F.I. 

Robinson 
Insurance 



Best of Luck 
in Your Future 

Endeavors 

Clifford B. Tomassian 

Mister Donut 



Lexington St, 



Wal+ham Insurance 
Center Inc. 



677 Main St. 






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Insurance Agency, Inc. 

692 Main St. 
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The Scafidi Family 

Lenny, Carol, Mark, Lennie, 
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Division of 
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Ri+cey's Seafood Kitchen 



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333 Moody Street 

Waltham 

Room 202 




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Air, Tours, Cruises, 

Hotels 
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Bradlee's Watertown 
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Waltham 

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266 Moody St. 
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Mr. and Mrs. John R. McDonnell 

Shawn and Kerry McDonnell 

Ron McDougall 

Mary McGinty 

Judy McKenzie 

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Ellen McLaughlin 

Carole McAleer 

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Fifties C . Ninyockies 

Herrick Nolan 

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Carol O'Rourke 

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Maryellen O'Rourke 

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The Peach #1 

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Family 
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Paul Righini 
Walter Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Roche 



Kelly Roche 

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Liz Russo 

Ray Russo 

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Tony Santoro 

Louise Sewall 

David Schiff 

Ronnie Schoppert 

Robert Schubert 

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Bernadette Scipione 

Tracey Scipione 

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Mrs. Shecece 

Mrs. Shadufus 

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Diane Smith 

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James Smith 

Neil Smith 

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Tic 

Geoffrey Tierney 

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Tony 

Sue Trimble 

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Kim White 

Mark Williams 

Jimmy Withrow 

The Withrow Family 

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Roger Wong 

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The "Mirror 11 Staff 



would like to thank the following members of the faculty for their contributions to the success of the yearbook . 



Mr . George E . P . Husson 
Mr. F. Joseph Levey 
Mrs. Alicia Czarnowski 
Mrs. Isabel Allen 
Mrs. Julie Blanchard 
Ms. Henel Castros 
Mrs . Janet Coen . 
Mrs. Patricia Coffey 
Mr . Robert Connors 
Mrs. Karen Demauro 
Mr. Daniel Doyle 
Mr. Thomas Dumas 
Mr. Robert J. Eagle 
Mr. Thomas Ferrante 
Ms . Rosemary Geary 
Mr. Lee Gould 
Mr. John Graceffa 
Mr . Stephen Grant 
Mr. Peter J. Kennedy 
Mr. William Lawler 
Mr . Thomas Leverone 
Mrs. Judy Maclure 
Mrs. Barbara McCauley 
Mr. John McDonald 
Ms . Margaret Nolan 
Mr. John Passarini 
Mr. Donald Prohovich 
Mr. Stephen Rourke 
Mrs. Nina Skavenski 
Mr. Len Sorin 
Mr. Ira Steinberg 
Mr. George Viens 
Mr. Harold Walker 
Mr. Richard Walsh 
Mr. Peter Yetten 
Mr. Raymond Yetten 










The "Mirror 11 Staff 



would like to give "a special thanks" to our photographer, Mr. Terry Bleiler 

and our publisher, Mr. Jack Delaney for the incredible amount of time 

they spent to make our yearbook a success . 




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Karen Aldred 
| John Alesse 
Leba Babin 
Pam Barden 
Jackie Bauer 
Chris Bella 
Joanne Bergantino 
Robyn Bisson 
Patty Bowler 
Dottie Brown 
Jill Bryant 
Michele Busa 
Frank Carpentino 
Janice Casella 
Donna Cavalieri 
Paul Cincotta 
Stephen Clarke 
Bob Cusick 
Mary Daly 
Dave Dankens 
Kathy Delaney 
Bob Devane 
Ann Marie Dimasi 
George Doherty 
Kathy Drinan 
Cathy Faramelli 
Richard Fennelly 
Kim Foskin 
Suzanne Gailius 
Barbara Hale 
Carol Holston 
Nancy Huff 
Carol Latorre 
Denise Leblanc 
Theresa Leb'anc 



The "Mirror" Staff 

would like to thank the following members 

of the senior class 

for their contributions to the success of the yearbook . 





Anthony R. Lombardo 
Anthony S . Lombardo 
Mary Lyons 
Susa Maher 
Beth Mahoney 
Peter Mastrogiannis 
Mary McGinty 
Anne Melideo 
Robert Meola 
Chris Moran 
Darlene Noiles 
Mary Anne Noone 
Bonnie Nutile 
Jackie O'Donnell 
Judy Ohnemus 
Laurie Panaggio 
Dotty Pappas 
Sandy Peltier 
Pam Penton 
Debbie Pinzone 
Lisa Pisano 
Anne Power 
David Regan 
Paul Righini 
Lisa Rosi 
Greg Salvucci 
Jackie Scafidi 
Nancy Shanley 
Richard Shea 
Kathy Stoney 
Mary Judith Tierney 
Karen Tomao 
Karen Vincuilla 
Kim White 










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College Attending 



Mark Adams - Oberlin Conservatory of Music 

Diane Aiello - Aquinas Jr. College 

John Aismondo - Wentworth Institute 

Karen E. Aldred - Fitchburg State College 

Rita Allia - Mass. Bay Community College 

Richard Anderson - Framingham State College 

Jacqueline Aniello - Boston College 

Daniel Anthony - University of Mass. /Amherst 

Alix Apollon - Boston College 

Hector Araniz - Bentley College 

Edward Aucoin - Henry O. Peabody School 

Lisa Aversa - New England Deaconess Hospital 

Leda M. Babin - Fitchburg State College 

Beverly Banks - Middlesex Community College 

Salvatore Barba - Wentworth Institute 

Pamela Barden - Mass. Bay Community College 

Vera Barlit - University of Lowell 

Audrey Baron - Mass. Bay Community College 

Leah Battaglino - Framingham State College 

Jacqueline Ann Bauer - Framingham Q tate 
College 

Robert Baxter - Northeast Institute 

Vincent Beaudoin - Boston College 

Ruth A. Becker - Tufts University 

Christopher D. Bella - Bentley College 

David Belliveau - University of Lowell 

Joanne Bergantino - Aquinas Jr. College 

Margaret Boeglin - Brandeis University 

Laraine A. Bogosian - Bridgewater State College 

Joan M. Bonica - Aquinas Jr. College 

Michael Botte - Johnson and Wales College 

Preston Boudreau - Framingham State College 

Dianne Bourgeois - Aquinas Jr. College 

Peter Bourque - University of Lowell 

Michael Bowlby - University of Mass. /Boston 

Patricia M. Bowler - Framingham State College 

Jean Brennan - Middlesex Community College 

James Brescia - Bentley College 

Dorothy Brown - Boston State College 

Jill Bryant - Mass. Bay Community College 

Kathleen A. Bryson - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Douglas Burns - Wentworth Institute 
Thomas Burns - Mass. Bay Community College 
Michael Burstein - Columbia University 
Michele Busa - Katharine Gibbs School 
Josephine Buscemi - Robert and Richard's Beauty 

Academy 
Patricia Calarese - University of Mass./ 

Stockbridge 
Lynn Campana - University of Mass. /Amherst 
Dale Campbell - North Shore Community 

College 

Patricia Campbell - Aquinas Jr. College 

Lina Campos - Bentley Colleg-e 

Joseph Cannistraro - Bentley College 

James Caramsalidis - Boston University 

Carol Casella - Robert and Richard's Beauty 
Academy 

Janice Casella - Northeastern University 



Shelia Casella - Bentley College 

Jeffrey Cate - University of Lowell 

Valerie Centola - Framingham State College 

Lynn Cercone - Northeastern University 

Reginald Cesar - University of Mass. /Boston 

Lucy Chen - Tufts University 

Paul Cincotta - Merrimack College 

Toni Cincotta - Mass. Bay Community College 

Karen M. Clark - Southeastern Mass. University 

Cheryl A . Coffey - Boston College 

Julie Connor - Aquinas Jr. College 

Stephen Connors - Brandeis University 

Laura Cooper - University of New Hampshire 

Dora Coppola - Lesley College 

Paul Corbett - Bentley College 

Patricia Corcoran - St. Michael's College 

Sean Corcoran - Clark University 

Kathleen A. Corliss - Bridgewater State College 

Susan Coughlin - Mass. Bay Community College 

Edward Cousineau - Mass. Bay Community 
College 

Karen Creonte - Framingham State College 

Charlotte Cristofori - Mass. Bay Community 
College 

Theresa Daddona - Framingham State College 

Andrea Dahl - North Park College 

Mary Daly - Brandeis University 

Lucia D'Angio - Clark University 

David Dankens - Bowdoin College 

Craig Dawson - Wentworth Institute 

Stephen DeFlorio - Unity College 

Kathleen Delaney - Suffolk University 

Ralph Deleon - Brandeis University 

Rita DellaPace - Boston College 

Laurie Demarais - Mass. Bay Community 
College 

Patricia Demeo - Mass. Bay Community College 

Denise Donnett - Boston University 

Danielle Desrosiers - University of Mass. /Boston 

Robert J. Devane - St. Anselm's College 

Stephen DeVincent - University of New 
Hampshire 

Roberta DiBacco - Mass. Bay Community 
College 

Nicholas Dileso - Boston State College 

Leonard DiMaggio - Bentley College 

Ann Marie DiMasi - Mass. Bay Community 
College 

Cornelius W. Dineen II - Boston College 

Nancy Dion - Aquinas Jr. College 

Ann Marie DiVecchia - Framingham State 
College 

Janet Donahue - Mass. Bay Community College 
Maryellen Downing - Salem State College 
Katherine Drinan - University of Rhode Island 
Richard Dube - Colby College 
Stanley Dudek - Mass. Bay Community College 
Cheryl Dufromont - Bay State Jr. College 
Annie Dugas - Mass. Bay Community College 
Nancy Duport - Northeastern University 



Diane Dwyer - Bentley College 
Timothy Eagan - Framingham State College 
Seth Earley - University of Lowell 
Lynn Elliot - University of Mass. /Amherst 
Catherine Faramelli - Salem State College 
Christine Faramelli - Salem State College 
George L. Faucher - University of Mass./ 
Amherst 

Marie Faulstich - Boston Conservatory of Music 

Michael Favre - University of Mass. /Stockbridge 

Daniel J. Feehily - Bentley College 

Diane Fenton - Burden School 

Eric Ferreira - North Bennett Industrial School 

Angela Ferrera - Fisher Jr. College 

Susan Ferro - Aquinas Jr. College 

Carol Fogg - Aquinas Jr. College 

Michelangelo Fragale - Newbury Jr. College 

Stephen J. Francis - Keene State College 

Paul Gagnon - Northeastern University 

Suzanne M. Gailius - Westfield State College 

Steven Gaiser - Northeastern University 

Jean Gallant - Mass. Bay Community College 

John Garrity - Mass. Bay Community College 

James Gaudet - Boston Conservatory of Music 

Ronald Gicka - Northeast Institute 

Rosella Giglia - Framingham State College 

Ronald V. Gilberto - Bentley College 

Patricia Gisbourne - Middlesex Community 
College 

Deborah Giusti - Mass. Bay Community College 

Gerard Goguen - Mass. Bay Community College 

Jacqueline Gould - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Hanna Griff - Grinnell College 
Pamela Grumney - Southeastern Mass. Universit) 
Camille Guadagino - Aquinas Jr. College 
Mark K. Hachey - Curry College 
Barbara Hale - Cape Cod Community College 
Richard J. Hannigan - Tufts University 
Paul Harriman - Worcester Polytechnic Institute 
Elizabeth Harris - Lesley College 
Thomas Harte - Emerson College 
David Hassett - College of the Holy Cross 
Christine A. Hays - Simmons College 
Lisa M. Hickey - Aquinas Jr. College 
Barbara Hines - University of Rhode Island 
Carol Holston - Mass. Bay Community College 
Cynthia Howard - Flagler College 
Nancy Huff - Mass. College of Pharmacy 
Edward Hunter - Northeastern University 
Michael Hoyt - University of Lowell 
Timothy L. Hylander - Framingham State 

College 
Eugene Irving - Boston State College 
Kevin Jensen - Columbia University 
Patrick Joliat - Middlesex Community College 
Robert Kelliher - George Washington University 
Jean Kelly - Stonehill College 
John B. Kelly - University of Lowell 
Jane Kerivan - Castleton State College 



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John J. Kerr Jr. - Northeastern University 
Susan Kershner - Salem State College 
Charles Keyes - Worcester State College 
Priscilla Keyes - University of Lowell 
Mary Kish - Middlesex Community College 
Janice LaFort - Aquinas Jr. College 
Mark LaForest - Brown University 
Kevin LaMacchia - Middlesex Community 

College 
Sandra M. Larkin - Aquinas Jr. College 
Michael LaRosa - Bunker Hill Community 

College 
Henry LaShoto - College of the Holy Cross 
Carol Latorre - Boston University 
Judy Lazaro - Mass. Bay Community College 
Denise LeBlanc - Boston Conservatory of Music 
Donald LeBlanc - University of Mass. /Boston 
Laura LeBlanc - Brandeis University 
Robert J. LeBlanc - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Theresa LeBlanc - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Wayne B. LeBlanc - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Douglas Lee - University of Pennsylvania 
Brian LeFort - Coyne Institute 
Annette Leger - Framingham State College 
Russell Leone - Assumption College 
Cathi Lincoln - Middlesex Community College 
MaTthew Lombard - Brandeis University 
Anthony R. Lombard - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Mary Lyons - Southeastern Mass. University 
Kerry W. MacDonald - East Coast Aero 

Technical School 
Ruthellen Maclvor - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Joseph MacLellan - Grahm Jr. College 
Laurie Magno - Aquinas Jr. College 
John Maguire - St. Anselm's College 
Marybeth Mahoney - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Peter G. Martin - Northeastern University 
Peter Mastrogiannis - School of the Museum of 

Fine Arts 
Mark Matteson - Bentley College 
Rosemary Maynes - Aquinas Jr. College 
Mary-Lynn McBride - Michigan State University 
Mary Ellen McDonald - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Siobhan McGillicuddy - Mass. Bay Community 

College 

Mary McGinty - Salem State College 

Judith McKenzie - Bunker Hill Community 
College 

Michael McNamara - The New Hampton School 
Kevin McSweeney - Framingham State College 
Michael Mele - Northeastern University 
Anne Melideo - Bentley College 
Kenneth Mello - Framingham State College 
Robert Meola - Boston College 



Susan Mitchell - Boston College 
Catherine Mobilia - Aquinas Jr. College 
Christopher Moran - Harvard University 
Nancy Morrison - Northeastern University 
Christine Moynihan - University of Mass./ 

Amherst 
Judith Mullen - Middlebury College 
Robert Najarian - Northeastern University 
David Nasco - Mass. Bay Community College 
Amy Ngwisha - Brandeis University (TYP) 
John Nix - Bentley College 
Elaine Noonan - Aquinas Jr. College 
Mary Anne Noone - Mass. Bay Community 

College 

Linda O'Connell - University of Bridgeport 
Therese O'Connell - Emmanuel College 

William O'Connell - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Jackie O'Donnell - Aquinas Jr. College 
Curtis O'Hara - Bentley College 
Judith E. Ohnemus - Bentley College 
Richard Oliveri - Assumption College 
Douglas Olney - Bates College 
Geraldine Orifice - Northeastern University 
Kathleen M. O'Mara - Mass. Bay Community 

College 

Ann M. Ormond - University of Mass. /Boston 

Carol O'Rourke - St. Anselm's College 

Robert Ouelette - Boston College 

David Palmer - Mass. Bay Community College 

Rona Lauri Panaggio - Boston State College 

Annette Papia - Tufts University 

Dorothy Pappas - Boston State College 

Sandra J. Parker - New Hampshire College 

Sandra M. Peltier - New England Baptist Hospital 

Pamela Penton - Tufts University 

Lynn Petrie - Mass. Bay Community College 

Karen Pichette - Emmanuel College 

Lisa Pisano - St. Mary's College 

James Porier - Framingham State College 

Susan Poldoin - Boston State College 

Anne Power - Trinity College 

Nicholas Powers - South Carolina at Columbia 

Cynthia Priest - Framingham State College 

Anthony Princiotta - Boston College 

Bonnie Raines - Aquinas Jr. College 

Donna Rapp - Salem State College 

Brian Rhodes - Wentworth Institute 

Marie Richard - Connecticut College 

Robert Ricketts - Berklee College of Music 

Kenneth Ripley - Bentley College 

Peter J. Rizzo - Bentley College 

Kelly Roche - University of Vermont 

Daniel Romard - Bentley College 

Thomas Rooney - Mass. Bay Community College 

Lisa Rosi - Acquinas Jr. College 

Pedro Rubio - Brandeis University (TYP) 

Elizabeth Russo - Aquinas Jr. College 

John Russo - Wentworth Institute 

Charles Russo - New Hampshire Vocational 



Tech. College 

Joanne Sabetti - University of Mass. /Amherst 

Marie St. Charles - Brandeis University (TYP) 

Theresa St. Germain - Bridgewater State College 

Gregory Salvucci - Tufts University 

Paula Santangelo - Framingham State College 

Maria Santaniello - Boston College 

William J. Santolucito - Mass. Bay Community 
College 

Annette Saulnier - Mt. Ida Jr. College 
David Schiff - Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 
Gregg Schoener - University of Mass. /Amherst 
Anthony Scioli - University of Mass. /Amherst 
Tracy D. Scipione - Henry O. Peabody School 
David Segal - University of Mass. /Amherst 
Richard Shea - Mass. College of Pharmacy 
Elizabeth Shinnick - Mass. Bay Community 
College 

Margaret Silva - Mass. Bay Community College 
Stephen Sjostedt - Westfield State College 
John L. Smerlas - Curry College 

Judi Smith - Robert and Richard's Beauty 

Academy 
Kathleen Stanley - Framingham State College 
Mary Sullivan - Westfield State College 
Maureen Sullivan - Burden College 
Nancy Sullivan - University of New Hampshire 
Barbra Sutherland - Northeastern University 
Mary Tabor - Bentley College 
Lynne Tamburro - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Lynn Tanashian - Regis College 
Malcolm Tavener Jr. - Mass. Bay Community 

College 

Daniel Tarullo - University of Notre Dame 
George Tekeyan - Tufts University 
Deidre Thompson - Ohio State University 
Mary Judith Tierney - College of New Rochelle 

Patricia M. Tortorella - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
George Toumayan - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Patricia Treglia - Bay State Jr. College 
Luisa M. Trivisano - Mass. Bay Community 

College 
Shaghig Tuysuzian - Northeastern University 
Karen L. Vaccarello - St. Elizabeth's Hospital 
David Valdanbrini - Bridgton Academy 
Herbert Vannasse - Suffolk University 
Karen Vincuilla - Aquinas Jr. College 
Kiki Voulgaropoulos - Boston University 
Raymond Walsh - Framingham State College 
Susan Walsh - University of Mass. /Boston 
Anita Williams - Mass. Bay Community College 
Mark Williams - Brandeis University 
Bifida M. Wong - Framingham State college 
Irene Wong - Simmons College 
Kristie Woods - Mass. Bay Community College 
Olivia Zaino - Brandeis University 
•\nih.il Zayas - Brandeis University (TYP) 






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